The challenge is to find books that a young reader will actually crack open or that won’t cause eyes to glaze over by the second reference to debits, credits and compound interest.
The challenge is to find books that a young reader will actually crack open or that won’t cause eyes to glaze over by the second reference to debits, credits and compound interest. Kathy Hagedorn KRT
The challenge is to find books that a young reader will actually crack open or that won’t cause eyes to glaze over by the second reference to debits, credits and compound interest. Kathy Hagedorn KRT

Get your teen started right with these books about money

January 08, 2016 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 08, 2016 06:28 PM

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