"As I mentioned to you, I have used your books and DVD's during participant 401(k) educational meetings... The Dr. Seuss format is terrific and works well... It gives me a chance to discuss important financial concepts in a fun way... I have had many attendees inquire how they can get copies for their children or grandchildren. Usually, I carry extra copies and just give one to them... Your books and DVD's are terrific tools that meet this objective nicely. I look forward to the next set."
—Robert E. Jamison, Jamison Financial Services
Want a creative way to teach kids about the importance of fiscal responsibility?
Mitch Anthony's The Financial Lit-Kit delivers a powerful message in an entertaining way: good financial habits take time, patience, and persistence. The Financial Lit-Kit is a three-volume library that includes these popular books:
The Cash in the Hat
The Bean is Not Green
Where Did the Money Go?
Housed in a colorful slipcase, the collection addresses the three essential components of investing wisely:
- Spending (Where Did the Money Go?)
- Managing debt (The Cash in the Hat)
- Investing (The Bean is Not Green)
Each volume is beautifully illustrated and fun to read, and helps all family members understand the importance of living within their means.
When it comes to learning about money, study after study has shown that not teaching kids about the importance of managing money responsibly can lead to bad money decisions later in life. The Financial Lit-Kit is the perfect way to help kids—and their parents—learn about the importance of fiscal responsibility in a memorable way.