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Make More than Your Parents: Your Guide to Financial Freedom by Mike Bundlie and Kevin O'Donnell. HCI, 2003.
Uncovers the reality that, the more fun they make it, the better they'll be at it. With cool activities, helpful hints, fun graphics and journaling pages, this book provides a step-by-step process that outlines the most effective ways for kids to make their money work for them, to build a life of financial freedom.

The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business by Steve Mariotti. Three Rivers Press, 2000.
Discusses the characteristics of the entrepreneur, selecting the business, financing, maintaining financial records, market research, advertising, and writing a business plan. Also provides numerous case studies of success stories.

50 Money-Making Ideas for Kids by Larry Burkett, L. Allen Burkett and Lauree Burkett. Thomas Nelson, 1997.
Offers practical ideas for ways to make money during every season of the year, with quotes from Scripture and advice based on Biblical principles.

101 Marvelous Money-Making Ideas For Kids by Heather Wood. Tor Books, 1995.
The self-starter's guide to discovering and marketing your skills. Includes plenty of easy-to-follow tips on interviewing, advertising, marketing, and budgeting. Plus information on cost and materials, time commitment, and realistic pricing.


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