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Orson's Lessons in Wealth is a charming introduction to financial education for children.
Do you want to give your children a financial head start?
Do you want your kids to learn the fundamental principles of wealth creation?
Orson is a boy who dreams of riches....He helps out in his mum's little shop but, no matter how hard they work, there is never enough money to go around. They have no idea what it takes to become wealthy, and have no choice but to toil day after day.
A chance encounter at the docks, and an act of honesty with a golden coin, gives Orson the opportunity to learn the principles of wealth from the richest man in town. He is given a single day to discover the secrets of wealth building from his newfound friend and teacher.
Will Orson’s dreams of plenty become a reality? Can he learn the secrets of abundance and make it home in time for dinner?
Join Orson on a zany journey as he begins his financial education through song and dance, eggs and cabbages, and a host of memorable characters.
This delightfully illustrated story teaches children the formula to prosperity that is not taught in most schools. Learning these important concepts at an early age can help prepare children for a lifetime of growing and giving.
Praise for Orson's Lessons in Wealth:
"AMAZING! A very cleverly written book, both educational and really funny, a real easy read."
"Wow, amazing read, very child friendly however the business messages are all there. The cartoons are brilliant."
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Don’t worry too much about getting financial decisions right all of the timeThe word budget comes from the French "bougette", a little bagInternational + U.SLearning these important concepts at an early age can help prepare children for a lifetime of growing and givingKnow your financial family historyNot only will your child learn how to sort money, he or she will learn not to spend all of his or her earned money
Lesson One: Money is Not Free It is very tempting to give children allowances, but this does not teach them that people work for moneyFor a married couple, the first step for helping children develop financial literacy is to get on the same page financially with each otherIt might be a new bike or a new Lego setTired of old electronic games? Trade them in for different games at a video/game exchange centerYour money story todayWhat's New The weather is warming up and summer is right around the cornerKarl was born in Romford, Essex, and lives there to this day with his wife and four children
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