Book: Nana's 3 Jars - Saving Pennies (Volume 2) by Carol Roundcategories: Book, Children, Money, Grandparents, Recipe, Applesauce, Farmers Market, Homeschool, Apples, Saving, Pennies, Children's Book
Carol Roundabout this book: In the second book of the Nana's 3 Jars series, Charlie and Emma are excited. Another day with Nana in the country provides a day for the siblings to learn about saving pennies through visiting a Farmer's Market where they purchase apples.
After returning home, they learn about the simple pleasure of making homemade applesauce with their grandmother.
Charlie and Emma learned about Nana's three money jars in the first book on giving. Now, they're learning why it's fun to save pennies.
Parents and grandparents alike will love making this simple recipe with their children and grandchildren. The recipe is included in the back of the book as is a Brief History and Advantages of Shopping at a Farmer's Market. The book also includes the same giving, saving and spending labels found in the back of the first book.
Both books in this series are great for homeschool mothers to use with their children and comes highly recommended by Learning Tangent Magazine, a publication for homeschoolers.
The third in the series, "Nana's 3 Jars: Spending Wisely," will be out in the fall of 2015.
What are readers saying about Nana's 3 Jars: Saving Pennies?
• POSITIVE LESSONS FOR LITTLE ONES
Author Carol Round has done it again - created a sweet story with a positive life lesson. I love to give my grandchildren books that teach as well as entertain. The bonus is showing them how to have fun with their grandmother (me). This is a five star children's story with lovely illustrations.
— Dorothy Willman Cumminson
• A visit to the Farmers Market with Grandma
Who wouldn't want to go visit this grandma and venture with her to the local Farmers Market? Emma and Charlie spend time with their Nana and learn valuable lessons about saving and giving. Along with a cute story, the book is filled with lovely illustrations. At the end, the children learn how to make applesauce with fresh produce. A recipe for this treat is included. A brief history about Farmers Markets and the advantages to shopping at them is also included at the end. A highly recommended book!
— Alice J. Wisler
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