~Review: Piggy Sense by Reed Abbitt Moore~

Front cover

Piggy Sense! .... is a fun educational children's book that will instill in children the basic fundamentals of work ethics, saving money, and spending wisely. Age Level: 4 - 11 Grade Level: P - 5. Parents will love reading this book to their children - Grandparents will love reading this book to their grandchildren, and school teacher's will love teaching young children about work ethics and sound wisdom for financial success found in this cute children's book.

My Review:  5 Stars!

This is a wonderful book created to introduce children to the concept of saving money.  In a society where credit is ample and savings are dwindling, this book is timely and inspiring.  Being that this story is written for children, this book is even more valuable!  What a wonderful way to explain the concept of "saving for a rainy day" to a child!

With bright colors and well thought out illustrations that bring meaning to Reed Abbott's manuscript, this book is sure to please both children and parents alike. Reed also includes pictures of money to help children grasp the concept even more fully.  

This book would be a wonderful gift or educational tool for any child!  I highly recommend this book on many different levels (educational, motivational and future planning) for any younger child through age ten or eleven.  

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Where you can find Reed:

Email:  reedabbittmoore@yahoo.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/reedabbittmoore

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/ReedAbbittMoore

Goodreads:  https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/50087867-reed-moore

Interview with Reed:

1.  What prompted you to write your book? 
I would have to say the economy.  Yes, the economy and a desire to see it change.  
It seems as though people are borrowing further and further into their future.  
We are coming to a point  of breaking the economics of this country and perhaps
even the world!
The best way I can see to change it is to change the way our children view money.  
Money is a symbol of value, but how we spend it reflects our values.  You can
tell a whole lot about a person by how they earn money, but even more by
the way they spend it!
2.  Do you have any works in progress?  What are they?
Why yes, yes I do.  I'm working on two books right now...no...three books.  The
Zoo Is Rockin', Hansel and Gretel:  A Retelling In Rhyme and Jibber Jabber.
3.  What do you hope to accomplish as an author?
Oh I suppose to pass on my experiences, impart some wisdom and give a good laugh!
4.  What would you like your readers to know about you?
Well... Now that's a deep subject isn't it. I'm trying to make a difference if only
a small one.  Just  ripple in this pond we call life.
5.  If you could have one wish granted, what would it be and why?
I would wish that people could see the magnificence within them so they could be
free to see the wonder around them.  
6.  If you could give me one piece of advice about life, what would it be?
Hmmm...the only way you can keep something is if you give it away.