Browse Reviews :: Three Cups
By Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 11/1 Melissa Smith wrote: Three Cups by Tony Townsley and Mark St. Germain is about a young boy who receives three cups and the start of an allowance for his birthday. Each week his allowance is divided among the three cups marked give, save, and spend. When his cups start filling up, his mom takes him to the bank to open an ... Three Cups
On 10/30 Jessica Barahona wrote: This is a simple story parents can use to teach children the basics of managing money. The illustrations are sweet and may help younger children understand the book better, though the story is simple enough for school age children. The authors include a short guide for parents at the end with 10 simple ... Great simple intro to money management for children
On 10/28 christina billings wrote: Three Cups by Tony Townsley and Mark st. GermainWhat a neat idea to write a book which deals with finances-for kids! While that concept might seem boring or "over their heads," it's really not if done the right way. And Three Cups does it wonderfully!The illustrations are very nicely done, naturally ...
On 10/27 Lynette Sutton wrote: We live in a world that is addicted to credit cards, not living within our means, and retail “therapy”. The story of the “Three Cups”, by Tony Townsley and written by Mark St. Germain shares a wonderful way to teach our children the joys of saving, giving, and spending…in terms easily understood ... Great Children's Money "Primer"
On 10/26 Lori Behrens wrote: Through a story of a little boy receiving three nondescript cups for his birthday, authors Tony Townsley and Mark St. Germain teach the principles of financial stewardship to young and not-so-young readers alike. Told in first person from the perspective of a five-year-old boy, who is none too excited ... Three Cups
On 10/25 Tomi Clark wrote: Our Thoughts: Three Cups is a great read for little savers. The youngest of Los Tres Amigos was the first to read it and after finishing it, he proudly exclaimed "Mommy, I like this book". The principles of saving, spending and sharing are easily explained in this wonderfully watercolor-illustrated ... Three Cups Book Review
On 10/25 Wendy Fulton wrote: We've been teaching it to our boys (now 10 and 8) for years... everything they 'have' really belongs to the Lord, he blesses us with many different types of things from money to toys and clothing, to food, shelter, and transportation that we may take care of it, use it and bless others as He would have ... Three Cups
On 10/25 SwimChick wrote: I received this e-book free from Booksneeze.com in exchange for my honest review.This was my first e-book. Since I don't have a hand-held e-reader, I am glad this was a children's book! I only wish we had been able to get it as a hard copy so that I could share it better with my children. ... Book Review: Three Cups by Tony Townsley
On 10/25 Rachel Beita wrote: It is beautifully and simply illustrated and this adds to the simple story which is a great base for talking to your children about money and saving, spending and giving. It also comes with some notes to parents which were very helpful. I love that it shows the heritage of passing down to your children ... Three Cups - A simple look at money for children
On 10/25 Britni Wood wrote: Three Cups is a beautiful book, written for children, teaching them how to save, spend and give. The idea behind the book is that it instills in children good money habits from a young age. The story follows a young boy who was given three cups by his parents on his fifth birthday, one for saving, ... Book Review - Three Cups