Burns, Marilyn. The Book of Think (or how to solve a problem twice your size). Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1976.
The information in this book will cause you to think and work with what you have. It will cause you to limber up and get your tools working in good order.
Burns, Marilyn. The I Hate Mathematics! Book. Little, Brown and Company, 1975.
The information deals with get rich quick games to stop playing around with those magic tricks.
Chapman, Victoria. Let’s Go to a Super Market. 1971. Putnam,
The book is about two children who learned the value of money when they visited the super market.
Gay, Kathlyn. Be A Snart Shopper. Messner, 1974.
Consumer education and information for children on income sources are provided in this book.
Hoghen, Lancelot Thomas. Wonderful World of Mathematics. The H.W. Wilson Company, 1955.
This information concerns how man gradually discovered and learned to use mathematics concepts in various aspects of their lives.
Saunders, Rubie. Smart Shopping and Consumerism. Watts. 1973.
You will enjoy this book just before you go shopping. It is filled with advice for young buyers, tips on budgeting, and bargain hunting.
Smith, George 0. Mathematics: The Language of Science. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1961.
This book presents important developments in the history of math and the language there of.
Young, Jim, & Young, Jean. Kids Money Making Book. Doubleday, 1976.
There are thirtytwo projects described in this book that students can use to earn money.