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Nunca eres demasiado joven para empezar. En este libro: aprenderás cuando trabajar para aprender, no para ganar; cimientas el camino para las oportunidades de hacer dinero; conoce los conceptos básicos sobre cómo hacer dinero creando activos y cómo lograr que el dinero trabaje arduamente para ti, de manera que tu no tengas que trabajar tan fuerte para conseguir dinero. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Rich Dad series author Robert Kiyosaki, whose books have sold over 5 million copies, recognized the increasing need for people to begin their journey to financial literacy-and life-long wealth-as early as their preteen years. In Escape from the Rat Race, basic lessons about working to learn, not to earn', buying assets, and understanding a financial statement are revealed in a graphic format through the tale of Timid T. Turtle. When Tim runs out of cash at an amusement park, his savvy friend Red E. Rat shows him how to make money work for him'-and tells Robert Kiyosaki's own riveting account of learning the basic principles of lifelong financial success. Illustrated with full-color sequential art in the style of Rich Dad's popular CASHFLOW games and Web site, here is a book that gives kids (and reluctant readers of all ages) the chance to take their first steps toward financial freedom. From School Library Journal:Grade 3 Up–The authors of the bestselling Rich Dad, Poor Dad attempt to teach financial intelligence to children through colorful cartoon images and cute animal characters. However, the lessons are more suitable for high school students. The authors tell readers to minimize their liabilities such as credit-card debt while building assets, such as starting their own businesses. Examples of the latter include charging classmates to read their comic books or for borrowing their bicycles. The lessons encourage "financial intelligence," but seem to discourage readers from getting a traditional job and fail to mention the hard work and long hours involved in running one's own business.
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