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R for Richlife

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This is a book for kids about how to manage money and how to manage without it. Julie Davey, author of A is for Attitude, now turns her attention to the place that wealth plays in a healthy life. 'A rich life,' she says, 'is about enjoying what you have and focussing on what is important to you.'

Funky illustrations and simple text make this an accessible and excellent resource.

Suits 11 years and up, or younger children with parents or teachers guiding them.

Softcover, 64 pages

R for Richlife

Author: Julie Davey

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