Books for Kids on Money 

By- Marion Syverson Berenstein Bears – “Trouble with Money”, “Dollars and Sense” and “Think of Those in Need” are three of the Berenstein Bears series of books that teach children (suggested ages 4- 8) about a variety of ways to understand the topic of money. Those familiar with the series may know that other titles such as “The Trouble with Chores”, may also tie into the money lesson. Cat in the Hat- This series called The Cat in the Hat Learning Series includes the title, “One Cent, Two Cents, Old Cent, New Cent” (suggested ages 4-8)  and explains the history of money, bartering, currencies, banking and paying interest. The Everything Kids Money Book- For ages 9-12 this book with games and simple graphics, explains a plethora of money subjects such as minting coins, coin collecting, banks, interest, allowances, borrowing, practicing charity and how to shopping a sale. Since books of this kind are generally not big sellers local outlets seldom have them readily available. But they can easily be ordered. Disclosure:Only securities and advisory services offered through Wall Street Financial Group, Inc. Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC. Norumbega Financial and Wall Street Financial Group, Inc., are separate entities, independently owned and operated.