NACHO MONEY - 2013 Book Award

Nacho Money – 2013 Small Business Trends award-winning kid money book by Candi Sparks

Small Biz Trends Award For “Nacho Money”

NACHO MONEY is a winner! Accordingly to the 2013 Small Business Book Awards in the Personal Finance Category.

That’s pretty amazing, considering that this is a kid money book, aimed at teaching young minds the concepts of financial trust, responsibility, borrowing and lending. It’s part of the continuing saga of Maximillion a/k/a Max (the protaginist of the “Can I Have Some Money?” kid money book series) and what happens when money gets between family, friends and the personal relationships that Max treasures.

Learning all about money management is an important part of child development. The book series includes word scrambles and questions that kids can answer as they read alone or with their families.

NACHO MONEY, which is focus on responsible borrowing and lending, teaches children the language of money, including terms like:

– Asset
– Layaway
– Promissory Note

It illustrates the connection between work (chores for children)and compensation (allowance for kids), and teaches responsibility in earning, saving, lending and spending money.

This book educates children in a fun manner on the subject of finance, which many parents find difficult to teach. Since money is fundamental to running a successful business, these are lessons that emerging young entrepreneurs could benefit from.

Another great entrepreneurial book from the author is LEMONADE SOLD OUT. Get a free chapter here.

About candi sparks

Candi Sparks is a fully licensed financial professional and a Brooklyn mother of two. She works with private clients, business owners, the NYC Department of Education, faith based, non profit and community organizations on financial education and implementing financial strategies for success. Events are fun, interactive and solid financial information. Sparks Fly, financial literacy for YOU(th) Learn more so you can live more! toll free: 866.556.2432
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