The Great Lemonade Stand Standoff is about three friends who find themselves in a money organization whose motto is Give, Save, Live! They give money to charity, and they save money so they can live.
by Emily, age 10
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*The Great Lemonade Stand Standoff (The Secret Slide Money Club, Book 1) by Art Rainer
Released: July 15, 2019
Publisher: B&H Kids
Page Count: 96
Age: 6-9 years
Grade Level: 1-4
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There are some characters in the book called Albies. They are people who want to waste money. They smell like wet, stinky socks. They have plans to mess up Jake, Sophia, and Brody’s lemonade stand. You’ll have to read the book to find out what happens. Don’t let the Albies catch you! GIVE, SAVE, LIVE!
A Note from Emily’s Mom:
I love resources that help parents teach kids important life skills, especially if they do it in a fun and imaginative way! Art Rainer has two other books that teach grown-ups all about finances. This new series of books for kids are great additions to the collection to guide us in our saving, spending, and giving habits. It’s not often that we discuss big life skills with young kids but adding everyday conversations can be the small steps that help them to learn later on in life how to make better and informed decisions.
About the Author
Art Rainer is the vice president for Institutional Advancement at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a Doctor of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and an MBA from the University of Kentucky. He writes widely about issues related to finance, wealth, and generosity and is the author of The Money Challenge: 30 Days of Discovering God’s Design for You and Your Money. Art lives in Wake Forest, North Carolina, with his wife, Sarah, and three children.
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