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 with the Three Little Pigs 


The Big Bad Wolf is back, and he’s blowing down houses in the forest, one by one. The Three Little Pigs hatch a plan to help other animals weather the Wolf ’s mighty lungs. They start a building company, offering strong homes built of brick, just like theirs. Demand is high for the brick homes the Pigs build, and their business becomes a success. Now they need to figure out what they should do with their hard-earned profits.


One pig wants to spend the money, another wants to give it away, and the third wants to save it. Based on the give-save-spend concept, this sequel to the classic fairy tale teaches kids a safe and practical approach to managing money. Schools don’t teach basic finance, and most books about money are too confusing for younger children. An entertaining first step in any child’s financial education, Give, Save, Spend with the Three Little Pigs is easy to read and understand.


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“Greenleaf wisely turns a classic that kids will recognize into a lesson they can appreciate.  Indulging their spending side while teaching them to save and share is pure genius.  We’ve got our three piggy banks lined up at home already!”


– Melissa Francis, Fox Business Network anchor and author of Diary of a Stage Mother’s Daughter

“Greenleaf has done a masterful job in taking a well-known kids’ fable and turning it into a money lesson.  If more parents had this book before the mortgage crash, there may have been less huffing and puffing and fewer homes would have come down!”


– Neale S. Godfrey, #1 New York Times bestselling author and chairman of the Children’s Financial Network, Inc.


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