New Book for Spanish Speaking Teens Provides Critical Access to Money Management Tools in Preparation for College
Author Marjorie Anderson shares her lifelong Financial knowledge with Hispanic and Latino teens in the US through the new Spanish translation of her book, "La Clave, Sabias Alternativas Sobre el Manejo Del Dinero Para Adolescentes.
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Recognizing the evident need of this knowledge within our young population, Marjorie Anderson realized this information had to be available to the young Latino population currently living in the US as well. She was not wrong, as Reader Views Kids - Paola (age 13) said: "I think that 'La Clave' by Marjorie Anderson is the perfect book for Spanish speaking teens and their parents who don't read in English to learn how to manage their money to go to college and get a good life in the US."
Readers are already talking about "La Clave." Juliana Leal-Belloso, preschool teacher and mother of a teenager says, "This is an invaluable resource for the financial preparation of our adolescents to ensure an economical, stable and successful future."
"La Clave, Sabias Alternativas Sobre el Manejo Del Dinero Para Adolescentes,"
About the Author
Marjorie Anderson is a native Virgin islander, retired bank executive, co-founder and former executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Minority Business Strategic Alliance. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Morgan State University, a Master of Science in Management from La Salle University, and is a graduate of the Wharton's School Management Program of the University of Pennsylvania. Her book "The Key" is a Reader Views Literary Awards Winner. Marjorie currently lives in Liberty Hill, Texas.
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