Wells' ink-and-watercolor illustrations show the sibling edginess and the shopping scenarios with economy and zest: one frame pictures the green vampire teeth on the shelf, pointing at an enthralled, wide-eyed, huge-eared Max. Children will also enjoy keeping track of the money as the wallet empties out. On the endpapers there are pictures of one-and five-dollar bills, with various bunny portraits in place of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Some show Max and Ruby; others show celebrity bunnies, from Martina Navratilova and Eleanor Roosevelt to Desmond Tutu. Wells suggests that grown-ups help kids photocopy, paste, count, and shop with the bunny money. Be sure to add this to the Booklist bibliography "Beginning Math Books" . Hazel Rochman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Any child who loves Max and Ruby will love this and it's filled with funny money pages you can cut out to use. Helps children learn the value of money! Very useful!Published 1 month ago by L. A. Justice
I used this in my pre-school class and it was a fun way for the students to keep track of how much money Ruby and Max had. Good lesson wise spending and use of money. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Weber
I bought this book to use for a math lesson for one of my school assignments and it is great. I gave it to the 4 year old I take care of and she absolutely loves it.Published 6 months ago by Susie
It's a cute story and my kids enjoy it. My only issue is with the play money. I'd prefer real looking money to help teach my kids about money but I suppose the ones provided are... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jacquelyn Montgomery
I am slowly collecting all my favorite Max books. They are perfect preschool books. I notice at the library I use now that they could use new copies!Published 9 months ago by Bonita C Parodi
This story is about Max and Ruby who go to buy their grandmother a present for her birthday. They leave with a certain amount of money which Max helps Ruby spend on things other... Read morePublished 12 months ago by mgallimore
Great for young kids who ae learning about currency and purchases!
Make sure they are well supervised with the scissors! Read more
I bought this because it's the first book my 5 yo brought home from his school library. He fell in love with it so I got it for him as a surprise. He's ecstatic about it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Beth Callen