Junior Library of Money Series ( 3 Titles)

Junior Library of Money Series ( 3 Titles)

$29.85

There is no need to wait a lifetime to learn how to handle money! This series teaches young adults the money skills they’ll need in the real world.

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All About Money: The History, Culture, and Meaning of Modern Finance

View Product | ISBN: 9781682650783 | $9.95 | Paperback

Money symbolizes everything that people value. Paper bills were originally I.O.U. notes to other people, and these banknotes became official when people realized paper was a lot easier to carry around than a bunch of coins! Paper bills represent the money a government has. If more bills are printed than there is actual money, inflation occurs. The economy is the distribution of goods and services within a country. There are many systems that countries can use to run their economies, including capitalism, communism, and socialism. The United States is a capitalist country. Learn all this and more in All About Money: The History, Culture, and Meaning of Modern Finance.

Spending Money

View Product | ISBN: 9781682650868 | $9.95 | Paperback

When you work for a paycheck or do chores around the house to get an allowance from your parents, you're exchanging the value of your time for money. Thinking of money as the time you spent working to earn it can help you understand the value of your time, your money, and the things you buy with it. All it takes to make a smart spending decision is to stop and think about the item you're buying. Advertising, buying things impulsively, shopping for entertainment, shopping at the last-minute, and shopping at the mall can all lead you to make unwise spending decisions. Whether you're using cash, credit, or checks to pay for the items you buy, each form of money has its own benefits and drawbacks.

Sustainable Lifestyles in a Changing Economy

View Product | ISBN: 9781682650875 | $9.95 | Paperback

Living sustainably means making sure you and the rest of the world have enough resources to live comfortably in the future. Sustainable living is good for the environment and your wallet. One of the most important steps toward sustainability is figuring out what you really need and not just what you want. To live sustainably you need to beware of advertising and impulse buying, which makes you purchase things you don't really need or want. You can start living more sustainably right now. Learn all this and more in Sustainable Lifestyles in a Changing Economy.

Description

3 Titles
Series ISBN: 9781617179433
Grade Range: 6th – 10th
64 pages each

A whole child approach ensures that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.

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