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clever sequel to How
Much Is a Million teaches money in a funny, accessible
way, bringing confusing financial concepts down to a level that
children will understand. Topics include saving and spending, writing
checks, interest, the relationship between accomplishing tasks and
getting paid, and more. Steven Kellogg's bright, 'magical'
illustrations add to the success of this book.
If you are teaching money, this is a great resource, but a lot of ground is covered in the book, and the audience seems to increase with the page number. Be sure to pre-read to see if some sections of the book should be skipped over.
* American Library Association Notable Children’s Book
* Horn Book Fanfare Award Book
Interest Level: Grade 1-5
DRA Level: 34
Lexile Measure: AD840L
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.9
Guided Reading Level: O
Below are some sample pages from inside this educational and fun-to-look at book:
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