FUN BUSINESS BOOKS FOR KIDS
Kids learn about starting a business and being entrepreneurs.
WHO SAYS KIDS CAN'T BE ENTREPRENEURS
These interactive stories are perfect for middle grade readers who want to learn how to start a business. Kids learn practical business math, economics, marketing, negotiation, problem solving, and resilience through characters they care about.
BUSINESS ADVENTURE BOOKS FOR KIDS
KidVenture stories are business adventures where kids figure out how to market their company, understand risk, and negotiate. Each chapter ends with a challenge, including business decisions, ethical dilemmas and interpersonal conflict for young readers to wrestle with. As the story progresses, the characters track revenue, costs, profit margin, and other key metrics which are explained in simple, fun ways that tie into the story.
KidVenture teaches kids concepts like Profit & Loss through anecdotes, and most importantly that business is fundamentally built upon trust.
Lots of great things for kids to learn in this story.
Not your typical business book for kids, if that weren’t honestly such a rarity to begin with. We too often underestimate kids’ capacities to learn about finances, understand risks and rewards, and develop their own strategic thinking.
KidVenture introduces basic business concepts in an accessible format that respects its target audience
My 10 year-old daughter picked up this book and couldn't put it down. She loved learning about business ideas and got really caught up in the story at the same time.
This is a great book for any kid who is interested in starting their own business or who just wants to understand business better.
We need more books that celebrate business-owners and entrepreneurs. People are yearning for pro-business entertainment and books, but they are incredibly rare because the kind of people who become writers are usually clueless about business.
The great thing about this book is it educates both kids and their parents.
This book was a lot of fun to read. I really liked the characters. There were several scenes that made me laugh. I think this is a great way to teach kids about business and how to think about the different aspects involved in being an entrepreneur, like how to negotiate, and what to do when things don't go the way you planned. Also important lessons on how to treat your customers and those you work with.