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Financial literacy is something everyone should begin learning at a young age. I have never been great at dealing with money because I didn’t learn it when I was younger. I learned tips for being frugal, but saving and investing was pretty foreign to me. I have done a lot of research and studying as an adult to make sure I am wiser with my finances. Do you teach your kids financial literacy or is that an area where you struggle, too? If you are like me and need ideas to help your kids understand how money works, I have a great book for you and your family. Pirates of Financial Freedom by Joey Fehrman is a fabulous book about finance that kids will really enjoy reading. What makes this book so great is that it is an adventure novel about pirates that teaches kids how to manage their money.
Are You Teaching Financial Literacy to Your Kids?
While the book is geared more towards older kids, I have been reading Pirates of Financial Freedom to my 9-year-old son and he and I have both really enjoyed it as well as learned a lot from it. My 7-year-old has also been listening in as I read and she told me she is going to start saving her money now! That tells me a lot! As a parent, I am excited to see my kids really getting the lessons in the book. What I love about this book is that it teaches financial literacy the way most homeschool moms want their kids to learn, with a living book.
Pirates of Financial Freedom is a book is about a group of pirates who are broke and need to learn how to save their money. The captain’s son, who left the pirate life to become a financial advisor, comes back to help the crew learn how to get out of debt, save for retirement, invest in the stock market, budget, and more. While all of those topics do not sound fun or exciting, the way the author writes the book, full of pirate treasure hunts, pirate language, exciting fights and kidnappings makes the book enjoyable for kids of all ages.
Finance is such an important life skill that we all need to know and the younger you can help kids understand these concepts, the better off they will be in their lives. The end of the book has a chapter on setting your own goals. It gives ideas of where to start and how to make financial freedom a reality in your lives.
I have some fun information to share with you. The author has arranged a fun little treasure hunt for you guys. There are 5 bloggers who are reviewing this book each on a different day this week. Each of us have 2 chapters of the book to share with you on the day we post. Today I get to give you the first two chapters of the book for free! If you follow the hunt all week long, you will get the first 10 chapters of the book free!
DOWNLOAD Chapters 1 & 2 of Pirates of Financial Freedom HERE!
Tomorrow, visit Adventures in Mommydom for chapters 3 & 4. She will tell you where to go next! 🙂
Giveaway: Also… along with this fun treasure hunt, we have a giveaway for you. You can win an autographed hardcover copy of the book plus 2 hours of financial consulting time with the author (for kids or parents). There are 3 prizes available to win! Enter below.
About the Pirates of Financial Freedom Author:
Joey Fehrman, CFA, is an Ivy League graduate with over seven years experience in finance. He has managed millions of dollars for wealthy families and institutions for two large wealth management teams at top-tier investment banks. While there, he managed portfolios, provided financial advice, and developed profitable investment strategies. He studied for years to become a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder, the gold-standard designation in the finance industry. He is a native of Omaha and graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. As an entrepreneur, investor, and author, he is committed to life-long learning and continuous self-improvement.
Susan Evans says
My kids and I really enjoyed reading this book, too! I ended up discussing a lot of financial topics with them that I have never discussed before.
I cannot get the first 2 chapters, when I click on the link it takes me to http://www.poffbook.com/hidden%C2%ADtreasure%C2%AD8128 and gives this message
Sorry, we could not find the page you are looking for.
The page you trying to reach does not exist, or has been moved. For more information, please see POFFbook.com.
– See more at: http://www.poffbook.com/hidden%C2%ADtreasure%C2%AD8128#sthash.SKwpR2UL.dpuf
That link just wants to sell the book.
Karyn Tripp says
Thanks- & SO SORRY! I got it fixed.