This is book number 3 in the Careers for Kids series.
160+ glowing reviews. "Masterful...immensely appealing...readable...realistic but soft Asian-style illustrations" - Crystie Cook, writer. A child with a knack for solving problems helps some hungry fish and is rewarded.
Selected by the State of Vermont for primary school career/economics curriculum.
- Career/job ideas
- Money management/earning/saving tips
- Small business inspiration
- Asian characters
- Dyslexic-friendly font
"What are you looking at?" asked the boy. "Trouble and treasure," said the old woman. Young children are captivated by the story; older ones want to apply the things they learn (for ages 4 and up, preschool - 12th grade). This illustrated folk tale on the value of work bridges the gap between what kids learn in school about business and finance--and what they should know (how to and serve others).
The perfect length picture book for children (not too long for adults): 26 full-color pages. Teach someone to fish. This children's book shows how to spot opportunities to help others, earn one's keep, and save money (financial literacy). End notes have ideas for businesses, money-making activities, plus online resources on career choices, managing money, finding customers, and moving up in an organization.
Get this children's business book with summer job ideas and money saving tips. 530 read-aloud words by award-winning author/illustrator and former Silicon Valley recruiter Karl Beckstrand (see 60+ multicultural books: click Karl Beckstrand above). Careers for Kids series - #4 (stand-alone--previous title not needed. Others in the series: Bright Star, Night Star: An Astronomy Story; Ma MacDonald Flees the Farm; Great Cape o' Colors: Capa de colores English-Spanish]). Art by Yaniv Cahoua and Karl Beckstrand.
Entrepreneur's textbook (8.5"x 8.5" fish fable/graduation gift with Chinese boy and red panda). For free career/money lesson plans, images, and video book trailer, see PremioBooks. Premio Publishing & Gozo Books (worldwide rights (c) July 2017), libraries, and all major distributors. LCCN: 2016949820, JUV009090, JUV006000, JUV012060, JUV039220, JUV030020, JUV063000, BUS025000, BUS012000, BUS060000, BUS019000, BUS048000, eISBN: 978-1370287222, paper ISBN: 978-1536889864, hard cover ISBN: 978-0985398811; "5 stars. A clever storyteller.... Colorfully illustrated...ideas on] how to build one's own treasure.... A very educational resource." - Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite