Money Doesnt Grow On Trees

Money Doesnt Grow On Trees

by Tony Bland

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Overview

Money Doesn't Grow On Trees is a book about the adventures of a little boy and his desire to learn about the world of business. It is a story of family values, teacher involvement, and the impact of words on the mind of an impressionable child. The book hopes to instill a curiosity and desire in children to learn about business and the positive impact the world of business can have on your life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157024550
Publisher: Halo Publishing International
Publication date: 11/18/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 24
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

About the Author

Tony Bland was born and raised as the only son to parents who divorced when he was nine years old. He is now an executive in the financial services industry with an Undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Connecticut, and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of North Carolina. From an early age, he had a curiosity about business and sees the same curiosity in his twelve-year old son, Anthony.

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Money Doesn't Grow On Trees 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
alston More than 1 year ago
This is a great picture book for kids about the world of business. It is a story about family involvement and the impact that words have on a child’s mind. This book is about a curious little boy who overhears a conversation between his mom and his older sister. Mom told his sister that money doesn’t grow on trees. This intrigued the little boy and made him wonder about what that meant. So, he decided to ask his favorite teacher, Ms. Wilson at school. When the opportunity came in class, the boy put up his hand and asked “Can you help me list all the ways that money can grow?” Ms. Wilson was intrigued by the question. After class, she asked the boy: “Where have you seen money?” The boy pondered for a while and came up with his very own list of where he has seen his parents give money. I loved this book and will be recommending it to my friends. What a valuable book for kids!