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Book Review-Money Madness


MONEY MONEY MONEY!!!
Money Madness is about the history of money. The book teaches us about bartering, coins, paper bills, and even digital money. It's mostly for 2nd graders, but it is also an easy read for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade. I recommend this book to anyone who LOVES money!

Comments

Mrs. Rosheim said…
Jordan~Thanks for reviewing a new library book. It sounds like anybody who reads this book would learn all about money!
Jordan said…
Thank you for puttting me on this book blog! :)
Whitney said…
Hey Jordan I love your book review it is a fantastic. I think if you want to do it next time i'll be there with you as well. See you next time. Tootles.
Jordan said…
Thanks Whitney you're a good friend!!:)
AAron said…
I like this book because you can lern about money and count it .
Jordan said…
I encourage all of you to read it!
Have Fun!! :)

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