Saving The Restaurant
By Mazal Danto
Genre: Children’s Jobs & Careers Reference Books
Discover a fun story about saving a family business!
Ben and Leah both love their parents’ restaurant. But something isn’t quite right. When the siblings overhear their parents talking about having to close down the business, Ben and Leah know they have to act fast to save it.
There’s one problem – they know nothing about running a business. Luckily, their wise aunt might just be here to save the day…
Containing a delightful lesson about business, entrepreneurship, and simple financial ideas, this wonderful children’s book uses a fun story to teach kids about these important concepts. Ideal for ages 5-10, it helps spark important conversations and imbues kids with an interest in business.
- Perfect for all ages, especially 5-10
- Introduces kids to important business and financial concepts
- Great for bedtime stories, group readings, and one-on-one
- Ideal for budding entrepreneurs!
- And more!
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Read Some Reviews!
Jason 5.0 out of 5 stars What a sweet beautiful story
Absolutely an amazing story to teach children to see the big picture and to own a business one day. I recommend this book to all parents (and children)
Book Promotion Library Blog 5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Awesome Bring The Family Together
What a powerful story about a family coming together to make things better and save the day. My family owned a business and this one really hit home. Beautiful story. Found this book on a book blog that features great new books and authors.
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About The Author
Mazal Danto is a finance expert with years of experience in financial planning, personal finance and mortgage brokering.
As an experienced finance planner and educator, Mazal helped thousands of individuals and families build and secure their wealth.
From her vast financial experience, Mazal realized that it is much more effective to involve children in the processes of finance at an early age. Children have an innate passion and curiosity that can be navigated to teach valuable lessons for life.
With that in mind, she has written her first book, with plans to expand it into a series of titles that teach young kids about money, business and entrepreneurship in a way that will build a wealthy and creative state of mind from an early age. In particular, Mazal wants to teach kids the best advice about money, in a fun and engaging way, before they hear the wrong advice.
Follow Mazal’s Amazon Author Page for updates on new offerings.