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Aron with one A: Something for Savvy

by Stephanie Forrester

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 061536148X, Hardcover)

Something of Savvy, book 1 of the Aron with one A book series, focusing on the money managment series of Saving Money.

Three-year-old Savannah learns how to save up money for something that she REALLY wants.

Learning how to manage money is more crucial than ever: Mortgage defaults and foreclosures are at their highest levels in decades, credit card debt and delinquencies are growing with consumers having more than $1 trillion in debt and savings rates are at dismal levels. The National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy conducts a annual survey given to high school seniors to measure their knowledge of basic financial concepts. In 2008 the average score was just over 50%. Although a handful of states offer personal finance education for high school seniors it is obvious that personal finance education needs to start as early as possible!

As soon as a child can count, they re ready to understand the basics of money. Using Aron with one A, children can develop money-management skills that can help lead to financially stable lives.

Aron with one A is a first-of-its-kind children s book series that begins the conversation and facilitates learning opportunities. The stories, activities and games help children become financially literate. Being financially literate means knowing how to manage money, use credit effectively, build wealth and make healthy financial decisions.

The series is designed for children ages 4-8, and each of the 20 books addresses different personal-finance topics, including:

Budgeting Managing Household Expenses Borrowing Money Earning Income Methods of Payments Saving Money Comparison Shopping Protecting your Identity

Aron with one A meets national standards and guidelines in personal financial management, economics, math and English.

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