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- 105 Questions Children Ask About Money Matters: With Answers from the Bible for Busy Parents
by Larry Burkett
Helps parents field a wide variety of questions on financial topics, using fun cartoons, simple explanations, and related Bible verses.
- Biblical Economics in Comics
by Vic Lockman
- Clipper Ship Strategy: For Success in Your Career, Business and Investments, The
by Richard J. Maybury
- Economics for the Impatient
by C. A. Turner
What is Economics, besides the boring part of the news???
Turn to Economics for the Impatient for a relatively quick answer. In this book, C.A. Turner explains the history and current state of world economics in a brief, yet understandable, way.
- Exploring Planet Earth
by John Hudson Tiner
The first in a series of three books on science, geared toward the home-school market, but broadly appealing for any elementary age child. Tiner has written a textbook for 5th grade to junior high level, similar in style to public school texts, but with a creationism perspective of history. With definitions of terms and identification of famous explorers, scientists, etc., this book gives students an excellent initial knowledge of people and places, encouraging them to continue their studies in depth. Supplemented with illustrations and photographs.
By bringing to life the explorations of people like Marco Polo and Christopher Columbus, the author gives students the opportunity to read history that hasn’t been altered or erased altogether.
- Family Tree Maker Version 16 Deluxe
With Family Tree Maker Version 16 (Deluxe Edition), you can access more than 5 billion records through Ancestry.com as you research your family's history. The best-selling genealogy program for the past 15 years, Family Tree Maker lets you access some of the world's largest online data based, including the U.S. Records Collection, Naturalization Records, Immigration Records and much more.
- How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't
by Irwin A. Schiff, Vic Lockman.
- Money Doesn't Grow On Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children
by Neale S. Godfrey, Carolina Edwards
Are you worried about your children's financial future? Then whatever their ages, now is the time to teach them the money skills they will need every day of their lives.
Neale S. Godfrey is not only an expert in family finance but also a parent who puts her advice to work in her own home. Chairman of the Children's Financial Network, mother of two, and a frequent commentator on national television, Godfrey has designed a unique program for kids -- from those as young as three to those in their teens -- that teaches them how to earn, save, and spend money wisely while it lets parents clearly communicate their family's values. Using age-appropriate exercises and concrete examples, Godfrey shows parents how to deal with a variety of tough situations.
- Money Mystery: The Hidden Force Affecting Your Career, Business and Investments, The
by Richard J. Maybury
- Money Sense for Kids
by Hollis Page Harman
Updated with new illustrations showing new-issue currency, new information, and several new features, this popular title for older boys and girls tells the story of money.
* How and where is it printed?
* What do all those long numbers and special letters on currency mean?
* How are the newly designed bills improvements over the old ones?
* How can banks afford to pay interest?
Here too are questions and answers that have special meaning for kids. For example, how can boys and girls find savings programs designed especially for them? How can they establish their own bank account, write checks, and use an ATM card? How can kids learn about stocks—and even start to invest their own money? The author offers ideas on how kids can earn, save, budget, and invest money of their own. She also presents puzzles and games that focus on the theme of money. The book’s fascinating text is supplemented with two-color diagrams and illustrations on nearly every page. (Ages 8 and older)
- Money Thematic Unit
by Jennifer Edwards
Money Thematic Unit is based on the following pieces of literature: The Kid's Guide to Money, The Go-Around Dollar. This reproducible resource is filled with ready-to-use lessons and cross-curricular activities. Also included are management ideas, creative suggestions for the classroom, and a bibliography.
- Practical Money Management & Wealth Creation for Youth and Young Adults
by Ronald Hammond
Practical Money Management for Youth and Young Adults. This book is important to youth and young adults because it empowers them to become better stewards of the resources in their possession.
This dynamic, information-packed resource will give you the necessary tools to:
1) Identify destructive thought patterns about money and how to renew your mind with sound and accurate information.
2) Use goal setting to plan for the future.
3) Learn life-changing steps to budgeting to increase your ability to manage the financial resources in your care.
4) Discover practical ways to get more out of banking and how to grow your money.
5) Have a proper relationship with money.
6) Know what the Bible says about money management.
7) Know how to avoid debt and how to establish good credit.
8) Understand the complex world of the stock market and investing.
9) Better your financial and spiritual well-being.
10) Overcome money conflicts within your family.
- Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?: A Fast, Clear and Fun Explanation of the Economics You Need for Success in Your Career, Business and Investments
by Richard J. Maybury.
Explains economics as it pertains to money, inflation, recession, and wage and price controls.