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Teenvestor: The Practical Investment Guide For Teens and Their Parents by Emmanuel Modu and Andrea Walker. Penguin Putnam, Inc, 2002.
An easy-to-understand guide for teaching teens and their parents how to invest in the stock market, TeenVestor is the first hands-on and web-interactive investment book of its kind.

The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens: 8 Steps to Having More Money Than Your Parents Ever Dreamed Of by David Gardner, Tom Gardner and Selena Maranjian. Fireside, 2002.
In a wise and witty manner, brothers David and Tom Gardner, founders of the multimedia investment company The Motley Fool, impart their investment strategies to the adolescent masses. In eight teen-friendly sections, the brothers Gardner and writing partner Selena Maranjian demystify the stock market by describing and defining mutual funds, banking practices, IRAs, and drip investing.

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