This fantastic and informative collection by Hannah Raybans is written to equip parents with the tools needed to instill good money habits as well as a book on teaching children leadership skills. These books are an excellent resource for parents, coaches, and teachers. Enjoy!

7 Principles of Inspiring Kids to Be Leaders: President Books For Children
by Hannah Raybans
4.1 Stars (53 Reviews)
Genre: Children’s eBooks

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Every parent dreams that one day their child will become a great leader.

As a parent, you recognize that childhood is the most delicate and impressionable period because during that time, the foundation for a child’s future personality is established.

This is why it’s so vital to teach your child leadership skills early and for parents to have a clear definition of a leader.

Some parents mistakenly confuse being a leader with being a “star.” They think because their child is popular, gets good grades, or is a talented athlete, that means they are leaders or have leadership skills.

Not taking anything away from your child having star qualities, because who doesn’t want their child to be a triple threat? Popular, smart, and athletic? However, being those things does not necessarily make your child a leader or mean that they shouldn’t be taught additional leadership skills to help them grow and succeed as an adult.

There are wildly different views on leadership and key qualities of a good leader. As a parent you must decide what the most important leadership skills are that you want your child to learn and then you must cultivate and nurture those skills that you feel are important.

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Smart Money Kids: Educational Books For Kids About America
by Hannah Raybans
4.3 Stars (24 Reviews)
Genre: Foreign Languages | Children’s eBooks

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Are you talking openly to your children about money?

Instilling good money habits in your children is arguably one of life’s most important lessons. As parents we want our children to grow up to be financially secure and debt-free.

One topic that many parents want their child to learn about is financial literacy.

It’s crucial that a child be taught how to manage and save money. Just as some kids think money grows on trees, some parents think that their child acquiring the knowledge about money will fall from trees, but it won’t.

Many experts agree that the earlier you teach your child about money, the better. As early as possible, parents need to help kids build a strong understanding of basic money matters.

Instead of letting your child form misconceptions about money, wouldn’t it be smarter to give them the facts?

Make it your priority as a parent to begin to have weekly age-appropriate discussions as early as possible with your child about money.

This doesn’t have to be the type of conversation that bores them or turns them away; instead do it in ways that make it both fun and educational.

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