Real-Life Information About Running Your Own Business

We love when people tell us that even though KidVenture teaches business concepts to middle-grade kids, it's actually a fun book to read. Book blogger She Just Loves Books agrees in her review of KidVenture: Twelve Weeks To Midnight Blue:

I thought this was such an interesting concept for a children’s series! This first book in the series follows Chance as he starts up a pool cleaning business. This chapter book for middle-grade kids takes the reader on a journey with Chance as he learns how to get people to work with him, how to figure out what people should pay for his services, and all the other things that happen to a business owner.

I really loved that this focused on a younger person who opens a business. It’s a fun story, and yet it gives real-life information about owning and running your own business. The chapters are short, and perfect for a middle-grade reader. The content is easy to understand. It doesn’t read like a business text book, but like a fun story that has great information for a child to learn from!

The best learning happens when you don't know you're learning, when you're so engrossed in what you're doing, you don't even realize how rapidly your mind is picking up new skills and running through possibilities as it engages a new challenge. 

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