Be a Young Entrepreneur, by Adam Sutherland
Better than a Lemonade Stand!
Billy Sure Kid Entrepreneur
Breaking the Piggy Bank
Budding Entrepreneur: Budding Entrepreneur Is a Story to Help Children
Camila's lemonade stand
Caps for sale
Even Aliens Need Snacks
Even Monsters Need Haircuts
Finance 101 for Kids
How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty
How to Start Your Very Own Business, by Julie Merberg and Sarah Parvis
How to Turn $100 into $1, 000, 000: Earn! Save! Invest!
jasmine launches a startup
Jelly bean summer
Kat Wolfe investigates
Miss Fox's Class Earns a Field Trip
Once upon a company
Payback on Poplar lane
Rock Brock and the savings shock
Rufus the writer
Splat the cat and the lemonade stand
Starting Your Own Business: Become an Entrepreneur!
The Donut Chef
The New Totally Awesome Business Book for Kids, by Arthur and Rose Bochner
The Richest Kids in America, by Mark Victor Hansen
The Startup Squad
The toothpaste millionaire
The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business
Tops and bottoms
what color is your piggy bank
What Do You Do With an Idea?
What Does It Mean to Be an Entrepreneur?
When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree
Awesome lessons on business and entrepreneurship, economics, partnerships and cooperation within the community for sustainability, growth, and unity.
In addition to my Kwanzaa playlist, I uploaded several images to my Instagram account to represent each day of Kwanzaa.
One set of images in particular were very unique and beautiful. They come from a website called CreatedByCrosby.com.
The principles of Kwanzaa are each represented by a unique "cartoon" character with their own look and personality. These characters are called Kinara's Children.
I encourage you to visit the website and artwork created here, and to learn more about Kwanzaa so that you can add value to you and your family's life by trying some of the lessons in this African holiday tradition.