May 2024

 

Hello Friends,

A heartfelt thank you to all the parents, teachers, and young readers who have embraced our children’s financial literacy books. Your enthusiasm fuels our mission to make money matters fun and accessible for kids.

We’re excited to share that we have some exciting new projects in the works! Stay tuned for updates on fresh stories and resources to continue nurturing financial savviness from an early age. Your support means the world to us as we strive to shape the next generation of money-wise kids.

Best Wishes,


Tony Was on The 18 Summers Podcast!

Learn about the taboo nature of money, why it’s vital to introduce financial concepts at various developmental stages, effective methods for educating children on financial literacy, and more.


WINNER! 
We just found out that Anthony Delauney’s newest book, Akash and Mila and the Big Jump, has won the Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Level 1!


The second week of May is Reading is Fun week! How will you celebrate?


Get a deal on Owning the Dash books with Mascot!

You read right! Mascot Books has our books 30% off with the discount code FINANCIAL LITERACY. Get your collection updated now!



Educators! Here’s your password to FUN! 

Our Owning the Dash website has great book accompaniments available for free on the “For Educators” section of our website. You’ll find discussion questions, games, and a money workbook! The For Educators section is password protected, and your password is OwningMyDash!

 

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