Striker Jones: Elementary Economics For Elementary Detectives, Second Edition: Volume 1

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9781460962879: Striker Jones: Elementary Economics For Elementary Detectives, Second Edition: Volume 1
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Recommended Reading by the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project, 2014 - The Midwest Book Review calls Striker Jones a "fun and rollicking series" with "effortless teaching of both cooperation values and basic economics."

Striker Jones is a classic kid's detective novel that also teaches children ages 8-12 basic economic concepts. By solving ten entertaining mysteries with boy detective, Striker Jones, kids will learn concepts like trade-offs, supply and demand, risk, and incentives. There's no jargon -- only fun!

Teachers and homeschooling parents, check out the Teacher's Companion (also available on Amazon), and read reviews by real educators at elementaryecon.com/teacher-reviews.html.

Reviews

"Striker Jones is an excellent text for older elementary students beginning to grasp more and more complicated economic concepts. Through its easy flowing narrative with lots of conversational dialogue, children will learn to see that economics affect their daily life far more than they realized!"

Rutgers University Project on Economics and Children

"'Striker Jones' is a thoughtful delve into economics and short fiction, a top pick for younger readers."

Midwest Book Review Bookwatch

"There is no more important subject for young people to be exposed to right now than elementary economics. Larche has produced a well written primer that illustrates the economic fundamentals clearly, succinctly and with a cool factor that young readers will love… Think young Sherlock Holmes meets Milton Friedman!"

James Larriviere, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Spring Hill College

"A great way to introduce those economic principles to kids in a fun way. The book shows real insight into kids - so much more fun than a dry textbook!... a wonderful, educational book."

Laurie Cockerell, Author of Founders' Fables

Vom Verlag:

The Midwest Book Review calls Striker Jones a "fun and rollicking series" with "effortless teaching of both cooperation values and basic economics."

Striker Jones is a classic kid's detective novel that also teaches children ages 8-12 basic economic concepts. By solving ten entertaining mysteries with boy detective, Striker Jones, kids will learn concepts like trade-offs, supply and demand, risk, and incentives. There's no jargon -- only fun!

Teachers and homeschooling parents, check out the Teacher's Companion (also available on Amazon), and read reviews by real educators at elementaryecon.com/teacher-reviews.html.

Reviews

"Striker Jones is an excellent text for older elementary students beginning to grasp more and more complicated economic concepts. Through its easy flowing narrative with lots of conversational dialogue, children will learn to see that economics affect their daily life far more than they realized!"

Rutgers University Project on Economics and Children

"'Striker Jones' is a thoughtful delve into economics and short fiction, a top pick for younger readers."

Midwest Book Review Bookwatch

"There is no more important subject for young people to be exposed to right now than elementary economics. Larche has produced a well written primer that illustrates the economic fundamentals clearly, succinctly and with a cool factor that young readers will love… Think young Sherlock Holmes meets Milton Friedman!"

James Larriviere, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Spring Hill College

"A great way to introduce those economic principles to kids in a fun way. The book shows real insight into kids - so much more fun than a dry textbook!... a wonderful, educational book."

Laurie Cockerell, Author of Founders' Fables

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