Welcome to Day 6 of my 7-day book giveaway. I will randomly choose a name from the people who leave a comment on this post thru midnight.

Today’s book is Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees, A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children by Neale S. Godfrey. She has also written another book for teenagers called Money Still Doesn’t Grow on Trees.

It is one of the resources I have found that has information and ideas on how to teach your children about money and finances.

Please leave a comment below for a chance to win a copy of the book, Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees. I will email the winner for their mailing address.

I will be replying to the post of the recipient of each day’s book and will list them in a post at the end of the week.

Here are some ideas I have found to teach kids about money.

Also, I have developed a workshop consisting of a variety of stations with different activities to teach kids about money. It is geared for children from about 8 years up through teenagers. Please contact me at nancy@in-theblack.net or (701) 799-1857 for more information.

3 Responses to “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees”

  1. I would love to have some ideas to help my oldest with saving his money.

  2. That sounds like a book that would be good for my niece. She just turned 7, but her mom is a shop-a-holic. Her clothes are only name brand, like Juicy Couture, or Dolce and Gabanna. They shop like idiots, while the only one with a job is the father, and they have him ran into debt so far that he’s probably going to take it to the grave.

  3. Mary Seaworth
    11:39, 08.01.2012

    I think that kids today struggle with the big picture. They are bombarded with the electronic devices that everyone seems to have and are very expensive. They don’t want to be left out. I watch my children and grandchildren struggle with these issues.

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