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Junior's Adventures Books by Dave Ramsey Giveaway

5/20/10

Junior's Adventures Books by Dave Ramsey Giveaway

When we went to see Dave Ramsey here in Houston we picked up the boxed set of Junior's Adventures series for our kids. They love the whole series! It just so happens while cleaning up around the old house here I found two extra copies.
"When you were a kid, did you ever borrow money from your brother or sister? Did they make your life miserable until you paid them back? In Battle of the Chores, Junior learns that being in debt to someone is not fun! This story teaches your child the value of working for money and the disadvantages of borrowing money. It will introduce them that the borrower is servant to the lender. This book is illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Marshall Ramsey. Recommended for kids ages 3-10."

"Junior really, really wants an awesome new bike, but he doesn't have the money to buy it. So, what does he do? He goes to work to earn the money! In The Super Red Racer, Junior learns about the rewards of hard work. This story teaches children the value of working hard to earn money instead of just expecting people to hand it to them.This book is illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Marshall Ramsey. Recommended for kids ages 3-10."


If you have or know of some children that could benefit from these books then enter to win.

How do you enter?
Leave me a comment telling me your best money teaching tip for kids!


Contest ends 11:59 cst on 5/27/10 and the winner will be announced here on this post 5/28/10. Good Luck!

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Timestamp: 2010-05-27 14:22:52 UTC

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Anonymous said...
My money saving tip for my grandson is to tell him to always think about whether he really needs something he wants to spend his allowance on before he buys it. SamneneD@aol.com



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