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Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets about Money--That You Don't Learn in School! Paperback – 1 May 2012
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You’re never too young to learn the language of money… and the lessons that rich dad taught Robert. Like it or not, money is a part of our everyday lives and the more we understand it, the better the chance that we can learn to have our money work hard for us―instead of working hard for money all our lives. That starts with learning the language of money.
This book, created from the international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad, shares Robert’s inspiring person story but teaches how to make smart choices. Packed with straight talk, sidebars, and quizzes, this book will jumpstart a child’s personal and financial success by teaching: How to speak the language of money, ways to make money work for you, tips for success (including: “Work to learn, not to earn.”), and why games can help you understand money, investing, and ways to choose your best path to financial freedom.
- Publisher : Plata Publishing; New edition (1 May 2012)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 112 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1612680305
- ISBN-13 : 978-0978824693
- Reading age : 12 - 17 years
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 0.64 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 17,746 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 June 2018
I read it myself after that, and I have to say, I agree. The sort of parenting advice that takes a moment - don't waste your money on junk, think of something better you could do with it - stretched painfully thin over 100-ish pages.
I thought I was being a smart dad buying my daughter this - no, I wasted money on it which I could have invested instead. Oh, the irony.
When I buy a book, I tend to read the summary, the reviews, how many pages (is it likely to be in depth?) I don't recall ever looking at the dimensions! This book is 127 pages long. Nothing unusual there. It seems an ideal length for teens to grasp the basic principles. When it arrived my daughter shrieked "what's this?" It's about the size in terms of total volume as a bar of soap. That came as a bit of a surprise. Fast forward to the evening, and my daughter has read it and memorised it and is quoting parts to me and is showing an interest in our fledgling property "empire". Mission accomplished! She then requested to read the full version of RDPD.
Very much a case of when the student is ready, the right master appears apparently.
So yes a tiny book but it sparked her imagination and has hopefully set her on the first steps to wealth. I so wish I had had access to this information at that age (14). Thank you Mr Kiyosaki.