- Tapa blanda: 64 páginas
- Editor: Little, Brown US; Edición: First Printing (27 de octubre de 2005)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0316013544
- ISBN-13: 978-0316013543
Rich Dad's Escape From The Rat Race: How to Become a Rich Kid (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 27 oct 2005
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How do you get a child interested in learning about finance? Give them a comic book! Robert Kiyosaki, author of the Rich Dad series, recognised the increasing need for people to begin their their journey to financial literacy - and life-long wealth - as early as possible, even before they become teenagers! In Escape from the Rat Race basic lessons about 'working to learn, not to earn', buying assets and understanding the financial statement are revealed through the kid-friendly tale of Timid E Turtle. When Tim runs out of cash at an amusement park his savvy friend, Red E Rat, shows him how to make money work for him - and tells Robert T. Kiyosaki's own riveting account of learning the basic principles of financial success.
Illustrated with full-colour sequential art that ties in to Rich Dad's popular cashflow games and Website, here's a book that allows children - and reluctant readers of all ages - the chance to take their first steps towards financial success.
Biografía del autor
Robert Kiyosaki created the Rich Dad, Poor Dad empire, now a synonym for financial education. Sharon Lechter is an accountant who has worked on several Rich Dad titles.
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Copyright (c) 2005 by Peggy Tibbetts
The book makes readers think about their financial future without resorting to scare tactics. The reader's choice is simple: either continue to run from paycheck to paycheck or create financial building blocks to pave your way to financial independence. The authors warn not to place all your eggs in one basket or spend your pennies on useless junk that will end up costing you more in the end.
The examples are generic with age-appropriate examples such as comic books, bicycles and newspaper routes. The ending is a little overdone, in my opinion, as a child without financial knowledge might not have the wherewithal to open an ice cream stand after one month. Nonetheless, the tone is upbeat and motivating. I highly recommend this comic book for any parent who is willing to help his or her child gain a healthy understanding and long-term relationship with wealth and the benefits it brings.
Christine Louise Hohlbaum, American expat author of Diary of a Mother (2003) and SAHM I Am: Tales of a Stay-at-Home Mom (May 2005), worked at Putnam Investments once upon a time. Currently, she resides near Munich, Germany with her husband and two children. [...]
(I rated it 3 stars because theres very little information in this book, but like i said if a kid knows nothing about investing this is a good book)