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Extreme Economics

Keen Babbage

Rowman and Littlefield Education

187 pages, $27.95.

Aimed at educators, this book outlines what children and teenagers need to know about personal finance. The author guides readers through the design of interesting instructional activities to help youth learn about money management. A straightforward text that is illustrated with examples, Extreme Economics is designed for those working with youth of any age. By showing how to connect youths’ experiences to the ideas of economic sustainability, the book achieves its goal in the simplest manner. (800) 462-6420,


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