Rich Kid, Smart Kid
5 / 5
Share the book:

Rich Kid, Smart Kid

Authored by:Robert Kiyosaki
Chapter 1 / 4

About the Book & Author

Have you ever thought about why some people have lots of money and others don’t? Well, the secret is being rich does not only mean luck or getting money from your family. You can learn how to become rich, and this book will teach you that! It will show you that becoming rich is a talent you can learn, just like riding a bike. But first, let’s learn about the author of this book.

Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Kid, Smart Kid,” had an interesting life. He didn’t know about money when he was young, but he learned a lot and became successful. He wrote many books, such as “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” which is a very famous book about using money. Almost everyone reads his books and learns a lot.

“Rich Kid, Smart Kid” was published in 2001. You can find it in 109 countries with translations into 21 languages. The book teaches kids about money and how to use it wisely. It’s easy to understand, and many people like it because it focuses on teaching financial education. It’s best for kids in elementary and middle school and has an introduction, three parts, and a conclusion.

Are you ready to learn about money and how to use it? Let’s start with the Introduction of “Rich Kid, Smart Kid.” In the book, Mr. Kiyosaki talks about how schools sometimes forget to teach kids about money. But don’t worry! He says that anyone can learn about money, and it’s important for parents and teachers to help kids learn these important things.

Book says that rich people use money to make their dreams come true. They think it’s really important to learn about money. Mr. Kiyosaki tells a story from his childhood to show why it’s important. He needed money from a bank, but they said no because he didn’t have good school grades. So, he understood that normal school doesn’t teach everything about money. Let’s start our journey to learn more!


What did you think?

Please Rate:
Tell others what you thought of this
Max. 500 characters