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Children's Fiction Money

Give It!

illustrated by Cinders McLeod

Publisher
Penguin Young Readers Group
Initial publish date
Sep 2020
Category
Money, Mathematics, Rabbits
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781984812438
    Publish Date
    Sep 2020
    List Price
    $22.99
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780593406229
    Publish Date
    Feb 2022
    List Price
    $10.99

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 3 to 5
  • Grade: p to 12

Description

In this delightful introduction to simple money concepts, an enthusiastic young bunny discovers how good it feels to use his allowance to help others.

Chummy longs to be a superhero. He wants to save the world--or at least Bunnyland--from dragons, so spending his carrots on a superhero costume seems like a great plan! When his grandma reminds him that there aren't any dragons in Bunnyland, but that there are creatures that could use help, Chummy starts reconsidering the best way to spend his wad. This is the fourth book in the internationally acclaimed Moneybunny Books series that also includes Earn It!, Spend It!, and Save It!

About the author

Contributor Notes

Cinders McLeod also wrote and illustrated the Moneybunny Books Save It!, Spend It!, and Earn It! and is the creator of the book and comic strip Broomie Law. Her illustrations have appeared in The Guardian, The Express, The Observer, The Independent, Herald Scotland, The Scotsman, The Globe and Mail, and Macleans, and on CBC television. Her work has been recognized by the Society for News Design, the National Magazine Awards, the National Newspaper Awards, and The Guinness Book of Records. Cinders is also a recorded singer-songwriter-double bassist, a Gaelic language student, and a mother of two. She lives in Toronto, Canada.

Editorial Reviews

“Chummy’s grandmother gives him 10 carrots for his birthday (carrots, of course, being currency in Bunnyland) along with a piece of advice: ‘Spend some on yourself, dear, and some on helping others.’ . . . It is a tough decision. Young financial analysts will certainly have an opinion while reading and weighing the choices, making this a solid jumping-off point for discussions about charitable giving. A sweet tale about the path to generosity.”—Kirkus Reviews

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