Raising Financially Confident Kids- A Revell Blog Tour

Money. Something that your child will have to manage for their entire life so why not start teaching them young? Teaching kids about money can be a long process filled this mistakes and life lessons, but a brand new book is making the process easier.

Raising Financially Confident Kids by Mary Hunt is a great book for any parent wanting to teach their kids how to manage money for the rest of their lives. This book doesn’t just teach you how to train your five year old to save, spend, and give-it also shows parents easy ways to get their teenager to manage their money wisely and to earn money without relying on mom and dad.

I loved Mary Hunt’s writing style. She is funny, yet shares her wisdom in such a way that you are never bored. I really enjoyed reading this book and gleaning tidbits from it.

There are quite a few lessons that you can learn from her stories about raising her own children as well as stories that she told about family members. I enjoyed reading about what worked and didn’t work for her family. Mary shared valuable life lessons that any parent could use in teaching their child how to manage money.

Raising Financially Confident Kids is available August 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

Faith and Family Reviews received the following product in exchange for writing a review. While we consider it a privilege to receive products to review, our reviews are our honest opinion and thoughts of the product.

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23 comments

  1. Tammy says:

    My son is really good about saving his money, but my daughter isn’t.

  2. Stefani says:

    My daughters could use some extra advice!

  3. Lolo says:

    My son is 3, we need to start teaching him about money and saving.

  4. Kelly says:

    I’ve read other books by Mary Hunt so I know this book is a good one.

  5. Ooo — this sounds like a book my husband would like to read.

  6. My daughter has never had a problem spending wisely, but this book sounds good anyway! :)

  7. Stefanie says:

    Thanks for sharing..I need to start teaching my daughter about money.

  8. Kathleen says:

    I do some things with the boys already, but need to check out this book.

  9. Sounds like an informative book.

  10. debra says:

    This looks like an interesting book.

  11. Jennifer says:

    so far my daughter is great at saving her money. Lets hope it stays that way

  12. Sounds like an interesting book!

  13. HilLesha says:

    Thanks for the info!

  14. It’s not something to overlook. Teaching financial responsibility to our children is vital!

  15. I need to focus on this with son!

  16. Always such a great idea to get them learning young!

  17. This is one of my big parenting fears, that I won’t raise my children to be confident adults.

  18. Great skills to teach at an early age.

  19. Penelope says:

    A super important thing to do!

  20. Jenn says:

    It’s great that the book runs the financial advice spectrum from toddlers to teens.

  21. Marcie W. says:

    We are so proud of being debt free that instilling early financial responsibility in our kids is a must! This tool looks great.

  22. Donna says:

    Honestly, we really need to work more with our son regarding saving and working for your money.

  23. Toni says:

    I may have to pick up this book. One of our kids has savings down great but the other two want to spend money as soon as they get it LOL

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