What is Money?

  • What is Money? by Etan Boritzer, children’s books on how to handle money and learn financial responsibility and financial literacy for parents and teachers.
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What is Money?


What is Money? is Etan Boritzer’s 8th title in the best selling What is? book series on Life Concepts on character education and social issues. What is Money? opens up discussion for children on issues of financial literacy and responsibility, both practical and ethical. Encouraging children to learn about financial literacy and understand the true value of one of man’s most intriguing inventions, What is Money? is a way to examine the history of money, as well as the realistic applications and moral questions associated with its use. With many questions and some gentle suggestions, the author attempts to let children develop financial literacy through their own analytical thinking in exploring this most basic and intrinsic mode of human exchange.


What is Money? is smart and in–depth. In a simple way, kids can learn what it takes to earn money and then what to do with it. Boritzer covers capitalism nicely while seriously addressing financial altruism, the missing element in most children’s books on money. This book is useful, original and helpful.

Alexandra Saba Montesi, PhD
Prof, Global Enterprise Management School of Business,
Management & Accounting
Woodbury University, Burbank CA

What is Money? is informative, educational and rewarding. It gives children a foundation to build on regarding the principals of money and it teaches children the value of responsibility that comes with earning money. It also teaches that giving is as important as getting.

Prof Nyalla Schwartz, Director
Education Financial Freedom International, Orem UT

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