Financial Fun for the Summer Sun - new from The Financial Fairy Tales

Teaching children about money has just become a lot more fun with the release of The Treasure Box from financial experts The Financial Fairy Tales
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July 13, 2010 - PRLog -- The Treasure Box is a new approach to financial education for kids. By making learning about money serious fun, children will quickly grasp the important concepts of saving; investing, self reliance, honesty and more, all contained in the exciting Financial Fairy Tales series.

Here’s what Brian Tracy, bestselling author and business expert had to say:

"It’s never too early to start learning about money, business and enterprise. The Financial Fairy Tales make a great introduction to the values and principles needed to create a successful life".

The Treasure Box contains the first 3 great stories in the Financial Fairy Tales series plus a fun packed activity book, great for keeping kids entertained while school’s out. What’s more the activities are mapped against international financial literacy standards, designed to help create a brighter financial future.

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The Financial Fairy Tales are the creation of British author Daniel Britton, a former banker and teacher. Watch the video below as he discusses the first book in the series Dreams Can Come True.

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About The Financial Fairy Tales:
The creation of British author and entrepreneur, Daniel Britton, our mission is to empower and inspire children around the world through financial literacy and enterprise education.

By making learning about money serious fun, our goal is to improve the life chances of children and help create a brighter financial future.

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