Cashing in?: the Banking Industry by Franklin Watts, Sarah Levete


Cashing in?: the Banking Industry by Franklin Watts, Sarah Levete

Cashing In? explores the rollercoaster world of the banking industry, following its highs and lows, and explaining how this seemingly mysterious world makes its billions. Find out how banks use your money to grow their business, what the global economy is and how it works, why there is so much money to be made in banking and what happens to everyone when this big business goes wrong. Discover the world's biggest money-making industries and the secrets of their success in Big-time Business. From the pharmaceutical industry and entertainment world through to the business of beauty, banking, social networking and energy, find out why these enterprising worlds have a grip on the global economy and are considered the biggest money-generators on the planet. A high-interest exploration of the business world for 9+ readers.


This could be a dry subject, but the book is surprisingly readable and a great way to enlighten children about the world of banking Parents In Touch

About the Author

Sarah Levete has written numerous titles, on a lot of different subjects, for children. Her many books include educational titles for children about science, world affairs, religion, history and social issues. When she is not writing, Sarah also teaches young people and adults. She lives in Oxford with her husband and children.

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48 pages
Interest Age: From 9


Franklin Watts, Sarah Levete
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Publication date

22nd January 2015



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