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Press Releases

Finalist in the Children’s Mind/Body/Spirit category at the Best Book Awards 2010 was Dreams Can Come True, by British author Daniel Britton. The book is the first title in the Financial Fairy Tales series, inspirational stories which help teach young readers about money, business and values for life.

Parents know that bedtime stories help kids relax and fall asleep more easily. But brain research reveals that they also act as a form of hypnosis, says children’s author and financial education expert Daniel Britton

To help with the humanitarian relief effort in Haiti, a children’s author is auctioning the first published copy of his book with proceeds going to the American Red Cross.

The Financial Fairy Tales series of books take a unique approach to financial literacy for younger children by exploring money and business related themes through engaging fairy stories.

In the Media


It’s never too early to start learning about money, business and enterprise. The Financial Fairy Tales make a great introduction to the values and principles needed to create a successful life.
Brian Tracy
Best selling author, business and personal development leader

An important addition to any child’s library for it teaches the child about possibilities for him or her to live their dreams and how to do it. Right within the pages of this beautifully illustrated book any child will be inspired and motivated to share his or her talents and prosper.
Dr. Terry Cole-Whittaker
Best selling author and Emmy award winning TV producer

Dan and his Financial Fairy Tales series of stories have a wonderfully magical way of presenting children an opportunity to explore the make believe world of fairy tales while gently weaving in real life-long lessons of making personally responsible financial decisions. His stories will be an integral part of my financial literacy lessons.
Martha Staten
Elementary Educator Tucson, Arizona

There have been all sorts of suggestions about what kind of financial education should be introduced. One of the most engaging – and unique – ones I’ve come across is a simple book, Dreams can Come True.
Sarah Ebner
The Times