12 Financial Stories for Muslim Kids

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Why did I write this book, by the way?
I wrote this book because:
* Financial literary must begin at childhood.
* Financial literary is something that children do not learn in school, do they?
* Storytelling is one of the best ways to impart moral lessons to children. And who doesn’t want to be told by mother wonderful stories during bedtime?
So, is there any better way to impart this learning to our children than storytelling?
At the end of each story, there is a concise explanation of financial lessons the young reader can learn.
Among these lessons are:
* The importance of right attitude in assuring one’s financial success;
* The amount of income one gets is immaterial if there is no discipline in spending;
* How much you save is not that important, but rather the cultivation of the habit of saving;
* It is not enough that extra money is saved; it must be invested as well; in other words, apart from setting it aside, it must be allowed to work in order to multiply;
* The greatest investment is investment in one’s own self – how to make yourself more productive and profitable.
Is the book solely intended for Muslim kids?
The stories will be interesting not only to Muslim but also non-Muslim kids as well. It is “for Muslim kids” simply because most of the stories are in a Muslim cultural setting, but the moral lessons imparted in each story is universal and beneficial to all youngsters irrespective of religious affiliations or ideological persuasions.
In order to attract the attention and interest of the intended readers, this book uses children-friendly fonts and is written in an easy-to-understand language.
If you want your child to grow up as financial responsible, then what are you waiting for?
Grab your copy of the book NOW!

1 review for 12 Financial Stories for Muslim Kids

  1. Aliasgar Alib


    • Mansoor Limba

      Thanks 🙂

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