Kids' Money Books For Kids
Ages 4 - 8



Featuring Hundreds of Kids' Money Books, Audio Books, Videos, Banks, Games and Other Learning Activities.

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Coin Country: A Bank in a Book
by Jim Talbot (Illustrator)


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The Coin Counting Book
by Rozanne Lanczak Williams


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26 Letters and 99 Cents


by Tana Hoban
Greenwillow, 1988
Color photographs of letters, numbers, coins, and common objects introduce the alphabet, coinage, and the counting system.

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Pigs Will Be Pigs
Fun With Math and Money (Aladdin Picture Books)


by Amy Axelrod, Sharon McGinley-Nally (Illustrator) & Ellen Krieger (Editor)
Aladdin Paperbacks, 1997
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Funny Money


by Lara Bergen, Bob Commander (Illustrator)
Price, Stern, Sloan, 1999
Provides easy answers to kids' most basic money questions. Shinney coin stickers and cut-out money offer a hands-on opportunity for make-believe shopping fun.

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Leap 1 Math Book
Monster Money
by LeapFrog


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Time & Money
by Maggie Groening, Dina Anastasio


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Learn About Money
Classroom Helphers
by Vicky Shiotsu


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Monster Money
(Hello Reader, Math, Level 1)


by Grace MacCarone and Marilyn Burns, Margaret A. Hartelius (Illustrator)
Cartwheel Books, 1998
A visit to the Pet Store teaches kids about the different coins and their values.

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Let's Find Out About Money
(Let's Find Out Library)


by Kathy Barabas, David Swann (Illustrator)
Scholastic Trade, 1997
Text and photographs depict the process of making money, from ores to finished coins.

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The Story of Money


by Betsy C. Maestro, Giulio Maestro (Illustrator)
Mulberry Books, 1995
A history of money, beginning with the barter system in prehistoric times, to the first use of coins and paper money, to the development of the modern monetary system.

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Count Your Money With the Polk Street School


by Patricia Reilly Giff, Blanche Sims (Illustrator)
Yearling Books, 1994
Ms. Rooney's class learns about money by saving up enough to take a class trip. Includes fun activities that can be done at home or at school.

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Round and Round the Money Goes:
What Money Is and How We Can Use It (Discovery Readers)


by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger (Contributor), Jane McCreary (Illustrator)
Ideals Childrens Books, 1993
Explains the development of money from its origins in the barter system to its modern usage as cash, checks and credit cards.

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The Monster Money Book


by Loreen Leedy
Holiday House, 1992
The members of the Monster Club discuss money and how to manage it.

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The Go-Around Dollar


by Barbara Johnston Adams, Joyce Audy Zarins (Illustrator)
Simon & Schuster, 1992
A story describing how a single dollar changes hands, accompanied by facts about the one-dollar bill.

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The Money Book
(I Can Do It Books)


by Elise Richards, Shelley Dieterichs (Illustrator)
Little Brown & Co, 1989
Come along with Jennie as her sister Robin shows her how to count money using special coins and bills - just like the one included with this book.

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From Gold to Money
(A Start to Finish Book)


by Ali Mitgutsch, Marlene Reidel, Annegert Fuchshuber
Carolrhoda Books, 1985
Describes how people gradually switched from the barter system to trading pieces of gold. Also discusses other metals used to make coins.

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The Berenstain Bears' Trouble With Money


by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berestain (Illustrator)
Random House, 1983
To earn coins for a video game, Brother and Sister Bear find ways to work for money. Along the way, they find the middle ground between between spendthrifts and little misers.

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