I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
by Jon Daugherty
Teaching our next generation about financial freedom so that they can have an epic life is so important. Tatum and his mom are going to show you how to get there in a fun and creative way. Follow them on this journey by planting your own money trees so that we can grow wealth. Let us break old financial habits and create new ones. By doing this we must act differently than everyone else in order to have an epic life.
After anxiously waiting for his mom to be done, Tatum finally got to ask her. . . .
“Instead of giving that lady OUR money, why don’t we get rid of that rusty old car and buy the new Turbo Sport 3000, like Mr. D over there?”
“He-he-he,” his mom giggled. She calmly replied, “Let me show you.”
After driving for what felt like infinity hours to Tatum, they arrived at . . . an apple orchard?!
The rusty old car stopped. Tatum asked, “What does a Turbo Sport 3000 have to do with apples?”
“He-he-he,” his mom giggled and said, “come with me, and I’ll explain everything.”
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Author Jon Daugherty was born and raised in Kelowna, British Columbia, starting as an educational assistant. He now works and resides in Fort McMurray, Alberta, and is hoping to share his passion for financial growth to other families. As a father, Jon believes it is important to teach today’s youth about financial freedom.
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Some of my favorite children’s books are those that teach a lesson. Epic Life teaches a lesson without having the children realize that they’re learning something. The illustrations are bright and bring excitement to the story. Tatum and his mom have gone to town so that she can go to the bank. Tatum and his mom get in their old car and arrive at the bank. While his mom waits in line, Tatum gets bored and sneaks around. He overhears a man telling the teller to give him all his savings so that he can buy an expensive sports car.
When Tatum asks his mom if they can do the same, she takes the time to teach him why she was putting money IN the bank instead. The realistic questions that children have about money and financial goals can be difficult to answer. This book gives parents a charming method of explaining these ideas to their children.
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