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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Discusses investing money, the stock exchange, interest, and types of investments provided by different companies.
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Grade 5–7—These informative books introduce U.S. economic theory and practices using everyday language and real-life examples. Each one includes history, a brief annotated chronology, sidebar and in-text explanations of terminology, and helpful diagrams, such as one showing how to read a stock report in Investing. Coverage encompasses how an ATM works (Saving), the current mortgage loan collapse (Borrowing), and committing to a budget (Budgeting). Each volume also describes two financial careers, giving their educational requirements and the nature of the work. With brief paragraphs; large, captioned photographs; ample margins; and well-organized graphics, the books' design makes economics accessible without sacrificing content. The "Money Matters: A Kid's Guide to Money" series (Mitchell Lane) takes a more informal tone and frames the discussion around a fictional classroom. Students will find "Everyday Economics" easy to navigate and full of solid information and interesting facts.—June Shimonishi, Torrance Public Library, CA
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