Monthly Archives: September 2019

Why Does Money Matter By Rachel Eagen (42)

This is the last book that I have read by Eagen.  And this is another important book for kids of all ages about money. Money has value. We use it to buy stuff, sell, save, donate, and much more. Without … Continue reading

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What do I want? What do I need? by Rachel Eagen (41)

This is a book about making good money decisions. Again, this is a very important lesson for kids to learn from the earliest age. People spend money every day. They buy food at grocery stores. They buy toys and clothes … Continue reading

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Learning About Learning by Rachel Eagen (40)

People need money for all kinds of reasons. Many of these reasons is to buy goods and services. Some goods and services are needs and other goods and services are wants. For instance, we may want to hire someone to … Continue reading

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Rough Seas by Sherryl Woods (39)

I have been reading a lot of novels by Sherryl Woods lately. So, I will be reviewing them on this blog because she published her books in Canada. This story is current for our times since it focuses on saving … Continue reading

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From the Ashes by Jesse Thistle (38)

This is a sad and yet inspiring memoir about being Metis, homeless, and finding his way back to reality and living the best life that he is capable of. Jesse Thistle was abandoned by his parents as a toddler. He … Continue reading

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Promise and Peril by Aaron Wheery (37)

Given that the Federal election is a few weeks away, this book showcases some of the issues the debates that surround Justin Trudeau. His reign was truly a journey that won’t be forgotten. I am sure he learned a lot, … Continue reading

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Bugs By Pamela Hickman (36)

There are twice as many insects in the world as all other kinds of animals combined. Many animals, such as fish, birds, frogs, turtles and bats, depend on insects for food. And plants need insects to carry pollen from one … Continue reading

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Acting Wild by Maria Birmingham (35)

This is a hilarious book about how we behave like birds, bugs and beasts. It is a book that kids of all ages will love and adore. We are all animals. We are just upright animals with intelligence. This would … Continue reading

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When a Kid Like Me Fights Cancer by Catherine Stire

One of the saddest things is to notice a small child endure cancer treatments. Parents have to have a serious conversation with their child if they are diagnosed with cancer. And the sadness doesn’t go away for a very long … Continue reading

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Why Should I Save for a Rainy Day? By Rachel Eagen (34)

Saving money is not something that we do well as a culture. In fact, we are told to spend money and to make sure that we buy the latest gadget or outfit. After all, we want to fit in and … Continue reading

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