Former Banker Takes Novel Approach To Teaching Kids About Money

A former banker has taken a novel approach to teaching kids about money. The Financial Fairy Tales are an interesting new way to help children understand important values, skills and principles around money.
Financial Fairy Tales author Daniel Britton
Financial Fairy Tales author Daniel Britton
Aug. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- The Financial Fairy Tales are a series of three books and related activities which help explain financial ideas such as saving, borrowing, charity and even compound interest. Daniel Britton, series author asserts that key beliefs and habits around money are formed in early childhood. These beliefs can become deep routed in adults and are difficult to change. Unsupportive beliefs can include "it takes money to make money", "the rich get richer while the poor get poorer" or "money is the root of all evil".In many cases they can end up coloring our whole attitude to and relationship with money for a lifetime.

The idea behind the books, Daniel says, "is to provide positive money messages and empowering ideas through fun and entertaining stories which appeal to younger readers. Children will then have the opportunity to learn valuable financial lessons which will enable them to make better financial decisions later in life".

The multi award winning Financial Fairy Tales books are helping children, teachers and parents learn about money in homes and schools all over the world.
Books are available online via Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the Financial Fairy Tales website
Daniel Britton is a British author, a former management trainee with Natwest Bank, teacher, school leader and now senior lecturer in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.
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