Straight Talk about Money by Marion Rendon
  

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Straight Talk about Money by Marion Rendon

Recognizing that the teen years are a time of growth, transition, and tough choices, the Straight Talk series provides young readers with the knowledge they need to understand difficult issues, come to terms with their feelings, and make decisions that will work in the context of their lives. Without attempting to dictate answers, the Straight Talk series reminds its readers that all choices carry consequences. Each book is thoroughly indexed and contains a directory of resources.Readers will find the information they need to develop their own values about a subject that is basic to everyone's life. Topics include why money plays such an important role in our lives, how money affects our perception of ourselves and others, ways to earn money, how to budget and save, and how to talk to parents about money.

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Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

Marion Rendon
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Publisher

Facts On File Inc

Publication date

15th December 1999

ISBN

9780816026128


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