A popular series with charming introduction to simple money concepts for teaching young children about financial literacy. The illustrations in the books are cute and perfect to help children understand about financial planning.
“McLeod’s Moneybunny series aims to teach young readers ‘a few simple facts about money.’ In this volume, the focus is on making choices about what to buy. . . . Sonny gets to thinking how to spend his carrots, and a supercritical lesson is learned: consider how and what you spend your money on. The lesson goes down smoothly because it presents options for ways to satisfy the urge to spend—it also helps that Sonny is cute as a you-know-what. Financial planning never looked so good.”—Kirkus Reviews
“The text is presented in a childlike, penciled handwriting, and the bright, energetic illustrations convey the action and add to the sense of story and character. A welcome story about smart spending.”—School Library Journal
With advice from her father, Honey saves her allowance to buy a playhouse in which she can get privacy from her five loud, bouncy siblings.
A charming introduction to simple money concepts in which a bunny learns he can't buy everything he wants with his allowance!
In this introduction to the concept of earning money, an exuberant bunny learns that fame and fortune must be earned.