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This New Children’s Book Written by Two Kids Teaches Young Kids About Money

Last Updated on September 21, 2021

If Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees, Where DOES it Grow? was written by 6-year-old Aralynn Riley and 9-year-old ‘Ailani Riley to teach young kids about money. Continue reading to learn more. 


Book to teach kids about money

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All About the Book

This new children’s book was written by two sisters (who by the way, just so happen to be my daughters 😮) to help kids strengthen their money mindset at an early age. 

Through creative storytelling, these two sisters will teach kids:

  • The power of saving and investing money
  • Insight into the concept of earning interest
  • Healthy-spending habits
  • Ideas to start earning their own money

If you have been following Major League Mommy for a while, you have likely noticed that I am a huge advocate for teaching children to have a healthy relationship with money at an early age. And I am so proud of my daughters for taking the lessons they learned at home and turning them into a book that can help other children.

If Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees, Where DOES it Grow? officially launches September 25, 2021. We hope that you will support in any way that you can. You can purchase a book for yourself, buy a few extra books to donate to schools, your workplace, church, or other organization. You can also help spread the word about this new book through social media.

In the meantime, please feel free to share this post to help us spread the word! You can also follow @majorleaguemommy on Instagram for all updates. 

Take that next step in teaching your kids about money! You can check out my related posts below for more ideas. 

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  • Briana Marie

    Briana Marie is a mental health and financial literacy advocate, and founder of Major League Mommy. In her spare time, Briana enjoys yoga, travel, and spending time with her Husband and two daughters.

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