The book, though repetitive is informative- if not on his own personal strategy.
Unlike the other books in the series, this one draws on the positive lessons of both Mr. Kiyosaki's Rich Dad and his Poor Dad rather than just the Rich Dad.
The concepts in this book are outstanding, and I do highly recommend it, especially if you have children.
Book was in very good condition. I have finished reading it yet, but I have enjoyed all of Robert Kiyosaki's books.Published 12 months ago by Garnet
I thought I was buying a book for my teenage son. The review is totally misleading. Not worth the time.Published 15 months ago by mark lamb
Rich Kid Smart Kid is now out of print so you can safely skip it. There really isn't much to say about it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by MacheteJason
Starts off like most of the other Rich Dad series of books.
Would definitely recommend for all parents to read, especially those that still believe
that going to college... Read more
I only read a small portion of it, say maybe about the first ten pages, because this was a gift for my son, but so far he seems to like it at this point.
The real benefit I get from Kiyosaki's books are how he can take some pretty complicated ideas and simplify them so that they make sense even to novices. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Joseph A. Janos