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Authors Share A Distinctive Piece For Children: Charlotte Speaks

Authors Share A Distinctive Piece For Children: Charlotte Speaks

Authors Share A Distinctive Piece For Children: Charlotte Speaks

Online PR News – 03-October-2017 – Charlotte C. James and Frederick W. James pen Charlotte Speaks: The Joy of Getting What You Want, and MORE! a childrens book that conveys an important lesson about teaching children how to handle money at an early age, at the same time demonstrate techniques that guide parents how to impart the knowledge to their children.

The story invites the readers into the household of the Woodlock family and see how Jimmy realizes his dreams and turns them into reality, as he learns lifetime financial principles. While some parents let their children discover different values, the Woodlocks prefer to provide their children with skills that they may need in order to live a healthy life, and a wealthy one.

Charlotte Speaks: The Joy of Getting What You Want, and MORE! is a one-of-a-kind childrens book that offers early discussion for money matters. Its story-like narrative with wonderful illustrations impart a simple and relatable technique that every boy and girl can enjoy and learn from at the same time. This book, even with its nature that is best for children, is also a beneficial guide for parents who wish to raise their kids the way the Woodlock kids are raised.

About The Authors:
Charlotte C. James enjoys writing short stories and helping people. She does chores, babysits for her neighbors, provides pet care, and has a part-time job in a retail store. These activities generate money which is kept partly in her bedroom and the other deposited in a personal bank account. This routine is reasonable but is not much fun or very exciting for handling money. Charlotte discussed her concerns with parents and grandparents asking the following question: What should I do with my money other than spending it on just things?

Charlotte began to learn the four bucket cash management system, and with great enthusiasm, she thought that each child should learn this system and know how to handle money responsibly. This book is the first of a series for children to read about matters important to them while growing up daily.

Frederick W. James MD is an author and coach in personal health and finance. His book titled Spend Dont Save challenges the reader to make a paradigm shift in the way to think about money and how to use it to support a healthy lifestyle. This change should be done now rather than later, and as early as possible in life. This story presents a practical application of how finance principles help to solve typical money problems in families.

Javier P. Beltrn is a professional Illustrator/Visual Fine Artist living in Southern California. He is a graduate of the California State University, Long Beach Illustration program. He has a unique talent for listening and extracting intent from words and converting them into fantastic illustrations of the authors purpose. You can see more of his artworks online at www.jpbeltran.com.

Product details:
Paperback: 44 pages
Publisher: BookBlastPro Inc. (September 18, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1641330481
ISBN-13: 978-1641330480
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches

Company Contact Information
Frederick W. James MD, : Charlotte C. James

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