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Go! Stock! Go! employs a cartoon-like "Dr. Seuss" style as it becomes the first truly user friendly book on stock and finance. A storybook follows the Johnson family as they learn the fundamentals of stocks and bonds, the mechanics of investing, and important lessons on risk and reward. The humorous illustrated story is simple enough for children and teenagers yet is also Go! Stock! Go! employs a cartoon-like "Dr. Seuss" style as it becomes the first truly user friendly book on stock and finance. A storybook follows the Johnson family as they learn the fundamentals of stocks and bonds, the mechanics of investing, and important lessons on risk and reward. The humorous illustrated story is simple enough for children and teenagers yet is also directed towards adults and kids of all ages. The book offers an advanced section "Let's Talk Stock" that provides an added level of knowledge for older readers. While designed with children in mind, this book is sure to become an adult favorite.


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Go! Stock! Go! employs a cartoon-like "Dr. Seuss" style as it becomes the first truly user friendly book on stock and finance. A storybook follows the Johnson family as they learn the fundamentals of stocks and bonds, the mechanics of investing, and important lessons on risk and reward. The humorous illustrated story is simple enough for children and teenagers yet is also Go! Stock! Go! employs a cartoon-like "Dr. Seuss" style as it becomes the first truly user friendly book on stock and finance. A storybook follows the Johnson family as they learn the fundamentals of stocks and bonds, the mechanics of investing, and important lessons on risk and reward. The humorous illustrated story is simple enough for children and teenagers yet is also directed towards adults and kids of all ages. The book offers an advanced section "Let's Talk Stock" that provides an added level of knowledge for older readers. While designed with children in mind, this book is sure to become an adult favorite.

40 review for Go! Stock! Go! A Stock Market Guide for Enterprising Children and Their Curious Parents*: *everything you were afraid your kids would ask

  1. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Manske

    A great tool to continue talks with children about money and finance My wife and I have triplet daughters – they are ten years old now and this book was a perfect way to continue our talks about money and finance. I think readers will finish the book with the know-how to truly do something with the education since that is what I saw happen at my house. There are plenty of illustrations and graphs which meant it was a simpler read for my daughters since they learn better with pictures than with ju A great tool to continue talks with children about money and finance My wife and I have triplet daughters – they are ten years old now and this book was a perfect way to continue our talks about money and finance. I think readers will finish the book with the know-how to truly do something with the education since that is what I saw happen at my house. There are plenty of illustrations and graphs which meant it was a simpler read for my daughters since they learn better with pictures than with just words alone. There is some math in this book - it’s not all vocabulary - but that’s why it works so well as readers can use the information to actually invest. I’m sure to buy another copy or two toward the end of the year as gifts for other parents. Buy this book today if you have begun talking to your kids about investing and would like an excellent and engaging way to keep the conversation going.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Clara Chan

    ok a little boring but it is quite ok. Would most certainly recommend. Interesting and descriptive. Wonderful story for young children

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