A Kids Book About Money


Quick Take

A simple framework for what money is and how to use it wisely.


For Ages 4+

What's Inside

Money is one of those things that EVERYONE has to deal with in their life, but not many of us learned much about it. There may be no more important topic for grownups to teach kids about than money. This book is a perfect way to introduce the topic to kids. It covers what money is, how to earn it, and how to use it wisely.


About the Author

Adam Stramwasser is a financial coach, educator, and life hacker. He’s originally from Venezuela and has been helping people and organizations be more efficient with money for over a decade. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Michelle.


Book Details

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-951253-01-1
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-­1-­951253-­07-­3
eBook Compatability: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices only
64 Pages

Copyright 2019
Designed in Portland, Oregon

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
A kids book about money

Not to impressed, my kids ages range from 3-8 and did not spark a big conversation. Maybe more pics could have helped


This is a great idea and a great book to give the little ones

Great Start!

I ordered Racism, Money and Creativity. With 4 kiddos around our house ranging from 7-11 there have already been many conversations we've either had with them or they've overheard. When I began reading with my 10 year old, after she inquired about them as I was opening the box, one by one the other 3 kiddos came to sit and listen also. We ended up reading all 3 of the books. They enjoyed each one, though came away with different favorites :) The books are on the young side for all of my kids - but I still felt they did a great job giving my kids the appropriate language for their age to help them navigate conversations among peers. Great books!

Clean book about why money matters

A good, easy read & clean design.
Love the concept of Saving, Spending, Giving.
But wish there was a bit more about Earning money.
Overall I wish all 3 books I purchased were a bit longer.