What Color Is Your Piggy Bank? Entrepreneurial Ideas for Self-Starting Kids by Adelia Cellini Linecker
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Written for "tweens" and young teens who'd like to make some money, What Color Is Your Piggy Bank? challenges them to start their own small businesses and provides the necessary how-to steps and encouragement. It is filled with tips, quizzes, fun facts, quotations, and real-life success stories that keep youngsters focused and help them get their ideas off the ground. With an eye toward instilling positive future habits, the author also offers good general advice on saving and spending money wisely and giving back to the community. But the book's goal is not just about money - in the process of running a business, young adults learn how to think for themselves, emphasize personal strengths, deal with others in a professional manner, and manage time and resources - all great skills for just about anything they choose to do in the future.
 

About Adelia Cellini Linecker

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Born in Montreal, Quebec, now living in L.A., author Adelia Cellini Linecker was a financial reporter at Investor's Business Daily, and has written for various publications including Teen, MacWorld, Woman's World, Toronto Star, and Montreal Gazette. She was awarded the "Gold Award for Best News Article" by the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
 
Published March 23, 2004 by Lobster Press. 144 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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To help kids develop moneymaking ideas, What Color Is Your Piggy Bank?: Entrepreneurial Ideas for Self-Starting Kids by Adelia Cellini Linecker lists ""Quiz Zone"" questions designed to further pinpoint capitalistic capabilities, interspersed between chapters with themes such as developing an...

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