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There are 6 books in this set.
This series teaches readers how money works. With the aid of case studies and word problems, readers will explore the world of economics. Topics include currency, savings and checking accounts, interest rates, trading of goods and services, and more.
How do we earn money? All types of industries and sectors are explored in this title, as well as how earning money has changed from past to present.
What are the different types of economies around the world and how do they impact the global society? ...
This book explores how the U.S. government is involved with our money.
This book looks at how money and trade work throughout the world as well as locally.
This title explores how far money has come - from beads and conch shells to the currency that we use today.
This title takes a look at checking and savings accounts and the various ways that people use their money.
"The "Understanding Money" (Heinemann, 2011; Gr 3-6) series is comprised of six titles that help explain personal finances and the impact of world economies on society. Gail Fay's Economies Around the World charts the advantages and disadvantages of free market, command, and socialist economies, while Patrick Catel's Money and Trade addresses resource scarcity and modern-day pirating. Fay's Using Money and Nick Hunter's Earning Money discuss debt, credit, wages and incorporate "solve it!" math problems. Lori McManus's Money Through History and Catel's Money and Government round out this visually striking series that delivers such extras as biographical profiles, flow charts, timelines, and colorful images.- Vicki Reutter (School Library Journal Curriculum Connection) 12/06/2011" - School Library Journal Curriculum Connection
December 6, 2011
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