How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire

A Kid-to-Kid View on How to Make Money Make a Difference and Have Fun Doing Both

Jack James

Morgan James Publishing (publisher)

Jack James is an ordinary kid. At the age of 10 his mom encouraged him to start his own business. He decided to write a book to encourage other kids who are thinking about starting a business. Jack’s book is written from one kid to another. In How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire Jack tells other kids the story of how he started his business, Jack’s Garbage Valet. He explains how easy and fun it can be and explains exactly why other kids should strive to become an entrepreneur. He also tackles two subjects many kids experience, but few talk about: Bullying and having a learning disability. Jack has devoted a chapter to each of these subjects to help kids just like him understand they are not alone. Through Jack’s candid discussions about being bullied and what it feels like not to be able to read like the other kids in class, Jack encourages them to believe in themselves and know in their hearts they are winners!

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