Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens: The Secrets About Money--That You Don't Learn In School!
ISBN: 0446693219
EAN13: 9780446693219
Language: English
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.9" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.

Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens: The Secrets About Money--That You Don't Learn In School!

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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.

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   Excellent -- Would Highly Recommed!
This was bought by Bought as a followup for my daughter after reading it with Rich Dad Poor Dad. She is highly motivated to save and invest. We try really hard to teach our kids to not get sucked into all the stuff. This gives some good reasons to do so in black and white, and how it can really pay in the future.
 
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   A Rip Off
Robert Kiyosaki has been milking this franchise dry since. The idea was first interesting and novel, but lately it has been ghost-written junk. The book The Teens is a total waste I thought I would give it a chance because it was affordable and I thought the gearing towards teens might make it useful for my kids. It arrived today and I was shocked -- the book is literally 3 inches wide and 3 inches high. In total, there must be about 10 miniature pages within its real 124 pages. What a rip off is what a rip off. I am sick of seeing this guy in newspaper ads, magazines (he used to write a monthly for Entrepreneur Magazine, but his columns soon deteriorated to a few inches of writing, next to a giant picture of himself, so they cut him out. Robert Kiyosaki has become lazy and a derivative of himself. He needs to give it a break and come back in a few years with something new.
 
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   This HAS to be a Joke... (UPDATE: This little book is Legit)
Are you kidding me???? I guess this is what I get for not reading the reviews I bought three of these things for my nieces. I read it before I give it to them and then see what they get out of it. I know that it doesn't always take alot of words to get a message across... I know that it doesn't always take alot of words to get a message across... But REALLY??? Based on their feedback, I may change my rating --UPDATE After I read - Looks can be deceiving. This book may be small, but it is full of golden nuggets. In my opinion, it is a MUST read. It is a shorter version of the Rich Dad book and the Richest man in Babylon. Hopefully it will be able to get to my nieces. , '' .
 
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   Short and informative
This is a good summary of points for a teen, but not a lot of material. Still good for entry level financial literary literary.
 
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   2 x 2 inch books- beware!
Hello everyone, I write this review in pure frustration with my friends. I purchased 22 of these books for my students, totaling over $250 bucks, and the books are only 2 x 2 inches. I cannot believe that the books are literally THIS small. It is smaller than my credit card! The information in it does not compare to the actual book and if I had realized they were this little, I would never have purchased 22 of them! Most of the great and useful information has been obliterated in this version and is just not worth it! Sorry. I made a huge mistake buying these books instead of the original book, which is like a dollar or two more. I would have preferred 22 of these! I would have had 22 of these instead! Way too small for a teen, Way too small for a teen. My students laughed and tossed it on the side kind of.
 
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   Good content, but its size is too small
I bought this book because I am a freshman in college and I am interested in learning money. When the book arrived, I thought it had a good presentation. My only concern was that the book is sometimes difficult to read. Apart from that, the book is a pretty good basis to understand his non-tween version of the book ; its only helpful if you have no knowledge of this subject, I recommend his original rich father, poor dad. If you do not mind its size and you need a good basis about money, this is a good option.
 
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   DO NOT BUY!
This hardcover book is literally 2.5 m BIG! It's a JOKE! I did not realize that books like this were being sold. The book Mini is misleading. It should state the actual size!
 
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   More like pre-teens
I was not expecting this book to be about 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches by miniature addition. This is SMALL this thing is SMALL. What is small else? The actual usable info is actually useful : Lacking any true information outside what you could find for free with a single web search. As an 18 year old, this book fits a pre-teen role more.
 
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   Great Information
I read it for my self. Great information and am following some practices. I have passed this to my oldest to read.
 
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   I read the Rich Dad Poor Dad book a number of years ago
A few years ago, I read the book by Rich Dad Poor Dad. When I came across this book, I was very excited that there was a book I could give to my niece and nephew. I bought the book and read it over the weekend. I found it easy to read with concise digestible concepts that will understand teenagers. I highly recommend '' this book!
 
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