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Money Smarts



Money Smarts

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We need money to buy everyday items. So what is money, and how can we earn it to buy the things we need and want? Learn about the basics of money and how to save and use it wisely through vibrant photographs and carefully leveled text. Narrative nonfiction is supported by a labeled diagram and picture glossary.
Number of books in the series: 5

ISBN :  600194

List Price :  $128.25

Library Price :   $89.75

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Series Money Smarts
Reading Level Kindergarten
Interest Level Grades K - 3
ATOS 0.9-1.0
Lexile 200-400
Guided Reading Level E
Copyright Year 2018
Dewey 300s
ISBN 600194
Author Nadia Higgins
Artwork Photography
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Bullfrog Books
AR Quiz Yes
Pages 24
Trim Size 7.75" x 7.75"
Book Format Hardcover
Reading Counts Points N/A

School Library Journal, April 2018
A gentle introduction to currency for little ones. Specific denominations fall outside the scope of this series; instead, the author focuses on more general concepts of wanting and needing goods, being compensated for one’s work, and the earning, saving, and uses of money. The importance of making smart choices about spending is emphasized, which is a refreshing choice for this audience. Bright, engaging photographs accompany the succinct narratives, which are direct and situational in nature. Ideas aimed at parents and teachers for fostering child engagement start off each volume, with some books also offering relevant activities. ­VERDICT An attractive set to inspire ­financial smarts in youngsters.