What’s it about?
A simple book aimed at introducing young children to the concept of earning and saving money.
Our Review of Piggy Sense!
Miss L is not feeling great today, so I’m going to be typing what she dictates (which also saves me about thirty minutes of watching her peck at the keyboard, heh.)
“This book is about a child saving money by throwing it in a piggy bank. It was a 5-star book. I really liked the pictures in it and the fact that the words rhymed. I’m learning about money in school, so I know he’s right about what he is saying. I’m good at making and saving money. I make money by losing a tooth, doing extra homework, and cleaning the house.”
This is a simple, easy to read book that does a pretty good job of laying the foundation of money earning and saving to children. The fact that the sentences have a nice rhyme going to them is helpful because it definitely sticks in the head a little bit better. The pictures of money along with their worth in the back is nice, and the savings chart on the back would be interesting for kids 5+, but the quotes on the bottom of the page are a bit much for the intended age range.
Title: Piggy Sense! Save it for a rainy day | Author: Reed Abbitt Moore (site) | Publisher: Self-published | Pub. Date: 2015-10-2 | Pages: 32 | ASIN: B0163XNI2O | Genre: Childrens | Language: English | Triggers: None | Age Appropriate: Any | Rating: 4 out of 5 | Date Read: 2015-12-14 | Source: Received a copy free from the author in exchange for an honest review.