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Books for Kids

M is for Money (Ages 3 to 8)

An “ABCs of money” picture book that introduces 3 to 8-year-olds to age-appropriate money words. 

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One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference (Ages 6 to 10) 

A remarkable story inspired by actual events. The author brings us along the journey as Kojo builds wealth for himself, his family, and his community.

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The Golden Quest (Ages 6 to 12) 

This graphic novel is amazing.  It sneaks vital money lessons into an epic quest.  The four Golden Rules are written in a way that will resonate with young readers.

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Grandpa’s Fortune Fables (Ages 7 to 14) 

This book helps kids learn about money and wealth via stories. Gail shares how her Grandpa learned ‘The Three Rules of Wealth’ on his adventures to a faraway island. 

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First to a Million: A Teenager’s Guide To Archiving Early Financial Independence (Ages 14+) 

In this powerful book your teen can learn the secrets to retiring by the time they are in their 20s. Early financial freedom is not for everyone, but if you want your child to know how to achieve it, this is the book for them.

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Games & Toys for Kids

Monopoly Board Game

Monopoly (Ages 8+)

Still, one of the best games to demonstrate capitalism and money concepts. Buy up assets and earn wealth or said another way…Monopoly

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Electronic Cash Register (Ages 3+)

Help make your kids pretend restaurant or grocery store come to life with this functional cash register, complete with debit card play bills and coins.

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Canadian Cash and Coin (Ages 3+)

Help your children recognize Canadian currency with these bills and coins.  

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Books for Adults

The Richest Man in Babylon

George S. Clason’s classic is the best story on wealth ever written. The Richest Man in Babylon tells the tale of a lowly scribe’s rise to become one of the ancient world’s most wealthy and respected men.

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The Phycology of Money

Morgan Housel shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to make better sense of one of life’s most important topics.

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Money Like You Mean it

Money Like You Mean It

If you are looking for a book on personal finance for Canadians that doesn’t talk down to you or assume you will be working in the same job for the next 30 years with a pension in retirement, this is the book for you.

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