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Money Madness

de David A. Adler

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From bartering, early forms of currency, credit cards, and digital payment, here is a clear and thorough introduction to money.
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Informational Nonfiction Picture Book[return]Reading Level: 4.0[return][return]Summary: [return]This is a picture book about money and currency, the concept of money, and forms of payment. This introduces the concept of credit cards, bartering, etc. Includes real life scenarios for better understanding of the value of money.
  kristi_test_01 | Sep 12, 2019 |
I found this book to be obnoxious which is disappointing because I really wanted to love this book. When I flipped through the book, I saw some graphic organizers. What I took for being helpful infographics was just actual clutter. The book elaborates, perhaps too much, on what happened before money, the barter system. Eventually, when you get the money explanation, the paragraphs get shorter, but the illustrations take over. THEY ARE LOUD! For being such a simple text, there are too many words and far too many distracting illustrations. I would not use this in my classroom because I don't think this is the best text for teaching about money. ( )
  agreenwald | Mar 22, 2019 |
Money Madness is an awesome book to teach students about the value of money. This book discusses how important money is to us because we need it to buy things that we need. If we didn't have money and were hungry, we would have to hunt for food. If we needed new clothes, we would have to knit our own. The book teaches students what different currencies there are and who uses what. For example, United States uses dollars, Mexico uses pesos, Israel uses shekels, and China uses yuan. This book teaches us how money works and what it is used for in society. It shows how important money is and how grateful we should be it was created. We can now buy everything we want or need. I would use this book when I'm teaching a math lesson about money. The illustrations are great and very colorful. ( )
  cmsmit12 | Apr 11, 2017 |
In this book, Adler explores the history of money through a series of how money is value from various system from trade and barter system to today's currency, credit, checks, and digital money.

I like this book a lot because I actually learn the history of how money value change over time as the money system advances to where there's a common measure of money value to provide goods and services to everyone with the use of paper and coin currency. Also, you learn the importance of making good economic decision when it comes to how to optimize money efficiently. This is a good book to use when it comes to an economic lesson and teaching the history of money and how to manage spending and saving of money. Additionally, I can use this book to teaching how to count with money to students with dollar bills and coins. ( )
  jhcao20 | Apr 26, 2016 |
I would use this book in the third grade because it teaches all about money. I think students would like this book because of the vivid illustrations and it can be silly at times. I would use this book on an economics lesson about spending and saving and the benefits of both and would also use it to explain checks, interest, and credit. For a reading lesson, I could use this book for a retelling and having students recall key information. ( )
  SalemSmith | Apr 21, 2016 |
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