What Is Money?

by Etan Boritzer, Illustrated by Jennifer West

This fine book encourages children to discuss issues of financial responsibility, both practical and ethical. It examines the history of money, as well as the realistic applications and moral questions associated with its use, helping children to learn about and understand the true value of one of civilization’s most intriguing inventions.

With many questions and some gentle suggestions, What Is Money? allows children to develop their own answers and facilitate their own analytical thinking in exploring this most basic and intrinsic mode of human exchange.


40 pages, 8" x 10", full-color cover and insides, 2006. Published by Veronica Lane Books.
ISBN 978-097-62743-3-9 trade paper

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