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It has been estimated that people of color spend over $800 billion annually, while our buying power will gradually increase to about $1 trillion. To continue the momentum in growing financial wealth and to help children establish healthy relationships with money, get a copy of Mansa's Little Reminders: The Money Workbook for Kids Part 1 by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham with illustrations by Taylor Bou. This educational book provides the tools and resources necessary for your child to learn about budgeting, income, being an entrepreneur, value, creating a business plan, savings, goals, profit, expense, revenue, marketing, and the benefits of failure and success.
Mansa (The Clever Squirrel) provides tips, explanations, and exercises which highlight those special nuggets to remember when dealing with finances. Children will be equipped to take the reins and seek ways to stimulate and enhance their future and generations to come. I love Mansa's Little Reminders by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham because, while this book is written for children, adults need these tools as well since these fundamentals are not taught in many homes, regardless of culture. For adults, this book can be used either as a financial refresher course or to learn and understand the basics. It is essential that your child is fully prepared for life and an important element of this is to become educated about financial literacy. Highly recommended. Enjoy!