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“She is trying to help people with life in general, to prepare for adult life better, and that comes across in the book. She talks about her own issues with money early on, which I think will definitely resonate with readers…This is a refreshing read. The author shares mistakes she has made and talks about relationships, so you get the facts about how to manage your money, but it’s with a narrative. You can see it almost as a journey that readers can share. But I don’t know if a teacher could use it in class because of all the swearing…Whereas I would bore people with the importance of financial education, there’s a funnier side with this author” Read more...
The Best Finance Books for Teens and Young Adults
Darren Collins, Teacher