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Give, Save, Spend
With the Three Little Pigs
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The Big Bad Wolf is back, and he’s blowing down houses in the forest, one by one. The Three Little Pigs hatch a plan to help other animals weather the Wolf ’s mighty lungs. They start a building company, offering strong homes built of brick, just like theirs. Demand is high for the brick homes the Pigs build, and their business becomes a success. Now they need to figure out what they should do with their hard-earned profits.

One pig wants to spend the money, another wants to give it away, and the third wants to save it. Based on the give-save-spend concept, this sequel to the classic fairy tale teaches kids a safe and practical approach to managing money. Schools don’t teach basic finance, and most books about money are too confusing for younger children. An entertaining first step in any child’s financial education, Give, Save, Spend with the Three Little Pigs is easy to read and understand.


This is the Spanish version of the award winning book "Give, Save and Spend with the Three Little Pigs". El Lobo Feroz ha regresado, y está derribando casas a diestra y siniestra. Los Tres Cerditos hacen un plan para ayudar a los animales a soportar los poderosos pulmones del Lobo. Fundan una compañía constructora que ofrece casas resistentes hechas de ladrillo, tal como la suya. Hay una gran demanda por casas de ladrillo, y el negocio de los Cerditos es todo un éxito. Ahora necesitan averiguar qué harán con sus ganancias arduamente obtenidas.


Uno de los Cerditos quiere gastar su dinero, otro quiere donarlo, y otro quiere ahorrarlo. Con base en el concepto de donar-ahorrar-gastar, esta secuela al cuento clásico enseña a los niños una manera práctica y segura de manejar el dinero. Las escuelas no enseñan finanzas básicas, y la mayoría de los libros sobre dinero son muy confusos para los niños más pequeños. Donar, Ahorrar, Gastar con los Tres Cerditos es fácil de entender e incluye un glosario de términos amistosos para los niños, una guía para los padres para enseñar educación financiera en casa y sugerencias de actividades para divertirse mientras practican las habilidades demostradas en el cuento.


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The basics of parenting take up so much time and energy that teaching children about money often falls by the wayside. But in a world where financial illiteracy has become a crisis, and where many kids remain financially dependent well into adulthood, giving your children a financial education is more important than ever.

In Beyond the Piggy Bank, Clint Greenleaf—entrepreneur, CEO, CPA, and father of three—reveals what he learned in a survey of all the best literature and resources on children and money. He realized that there’s no “right” way to teach children about finances; instead, he decided to build a framework—a checklist of the important areas to cover, from allowances and earning money to saving and banking, that every parent can to tailor their own situations and values.

After encouraging parents to explore their own financial values and level of financial literacy, Greenleaf begins a chapter-by-chapter exploration of the framework, delivering further reading and resources along the way. By the book’s end, you’ll feel ready to make the most important investment you’ll ever make: the time and effort you put into your child’s financial education.

Beyond the Piggy Bank
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