FINANCIAL LITERACY CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Children's books about financial literacy can help kids get on a path to money management, saving, budgeting, and investing that can last a lifetime and help to build financial security. Several fiction and nonfiction book collections are noted below to get a conversation started about everything from starting a business to learning about Bitcoin. If you have a relevant book site to suggest for this page, please contact us at email@example.com. (Image credit: Charlottesvillefamily.com)
• A list on Parents.com offers books on various facets of money -- from PreSchool/Kindergarten through high school. Check it out here.
• Organizational Toast, a site that features tips and resources about getting organized, time management, budgeting, and more for busy parents, has collated a list of best books for kids about money.
• A Mighty Girl offers a list of books, activities, and learning aides to promote financial literacy in a post called Manage Money Like a Girl: 30 Resources to Teach Kids Financial Literacy.
• The Chicago Public Library has curated a K-12 guide list of financial literacy books for children in elementary school. Find that here.
• Book Riot, an independent editorial book site, notes that "presenting kids with age-appropriate books about money early on will demystify the topic and begin the process of imparting this necessary knowledge." Click to see Book Riot's financial literacy suggestions here.
• Money Prodigy hopes to "give your kids the money education you wish you'd had." The site offers many tips and resources for money management, including a list of 29 books by age to build financial literacy.
• The Best Children's Books is a group of school teachers who hope to "spread the word about the very best books available for kids." The site features a list titled "Books that Make Teaching Money Fun!"
• Investopedia, a website that seeks to simplify financial decision-making and provide information about money and investing, says, "teaching your children good financial habits is one of the most important things adults can impart upon them." It features a list of the 7 best finance books for children in 2022.
• "One of the best ways to educate your kids on finances and money management is through books." So notes the author of the blog, Mom Money Map. The site offers a list of books to teach money management, divided into age groups from age 3 to 14, along with book quotes and reviews from financial experts. Find that curation here.
• Brightly, a website geared to raising children who love to read, features a list called, "Learning the Value of a Dollar: 11 Books to Teach Kids about Money." Find Brightly's list here.
• Biracial Bookworms features a list of diverse titles to teach financial literacy. Find that here.
• Self-Sufficient Kids is a "resource for parents who want to raise independent, responsible, and ultimately self-sufficient kids." Its list of 28 children's books about money feature some fun and engaging stories to help kids learn financial management skills.
• Annuity.org features a resource guide titled Financial Literacy in the Black Community, including some basics for students. Find that here.