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The Money Tree Paperback – November 27, 2013
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She later follows this up with a poignant story about a young boy, Tyler, who is accustomed to having his parents buy everything his heart desires, until they don't. Instead, he is encouraged to work and save money in order to purchase an expensive toy. By going through this process Tyler learns to appreciate the value of money, the value of saving it, and the value of hard work.
I think in our modern society the concept of money is one that is becoming more and more difficult for young children to assimilate, especially since credit cards and debit cards are so pervasive. Money has to be tangible for children to see and understand. Reading this book will remind parents that they have to make a conscious effort to demonstrate how money works. Like the authors says, "It doesn't grow on trees."