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Dollars and sense : a kid's guide to using - not losing - money / by Elaine Scott ; illustrated by David Clark.

Scott, Elaine, 1940- author. (Author). Clark, David, illustrator. (Added Author).
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Alexandria-Monroe Public Library - Alexandria j332.024 SCO (Text) 37521530774407 AMPL Juvenile New Nonfiction Shelf Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781580893961 (hardcover, reinforced for library use)
  • ISBN: 1580893961 (hardcover, reinforced for library use)
  • Physical Description: xiii, 98 pages ; color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Publisher: Watertown, MA : Charlesbridge Publishing, Inc., [2016]

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General Note: Includes index (pages [95]-98).
Formatted Contents Note: Skulls, sheep, and shells: money as a medium of exchange ; Worry, worry, worry! keeping money safe ; New money for a new nation: America builds a banking system ; Money comes in and money goes out: how banks work ; Money goes away: the great depression ; Money shrinks: the great recession ; Can I borrow some money: what to do about debt ; Where did my money go?: sticking to a budget ; Conclusion: how to be rich without even trying.
Summary, etc.: Many things come with instructions. Unfortunately, money isn’t one of them. Most people learn how to use it—or lose it—by trial and error. Dollars & Sense is a basic operating instruction manual for money that will teach readers about the history of money, the way our American economy works, and how to make important decisions about personal finance. From skulls, sheep, and shells as barter in ancient civilizations to credit, interest, and collateral of our modern day economics, money—and all its glorious uses and cantankerous troubles—is explained in this concise and entertaining volume. Learn about how to make money, how to budget your money, how the government manages (or mismanages!) money, and how to be rich without even trying. Money is sometimes your friend and sometimes your enemy, but in this day and age, we all have to learn to get along with it.
Subject: Finance, Personal > United States.
Finance, Personal > United States > Juvenile literature.
Money > United States.
Money > United States > Juvenile literature.
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Business & Economics.

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