The Financial Fairy Tales
Learning Before Earning
Teaching Children the Real Value of Money
The Financial Fairy Tales are a series of inspirational children’s books which make learning about money serious fun!
Whilst teaching values, habits, tools and skills for financial success, The Financial Fairy Tales help your children learn about money and sow the seeds of wealth creation.
Your kids will love following the adventures in these beautifully illustrated stories. As a parent, you will feel more confident as they learn essential and empowering messages about money and life.
Fun and engaging
Children learn through stories. The Financial Fairy Tales are fun and engaging story books with positive, empowering money messages.
Lively and colourful illustrations bring the stories to life!
The books are recipients of several international awards and recognised by Financial Education bodies in the UK and USA.
Morals and Values
Take control and help your child grow up with positive ideas and habits around money, rather than rely on the media or what they learn by chance.
What are people saying about
The Financial Fairy Tales?
“An important addition to any child’s library for it teaches 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)
“The 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. The stories will be an integral part of my financial literacy lessons.”Martha Staten (Elementary Educator, Tucson, Arizona)
“The Financial Fairy Tales are a fun and informative way to deliver positive messages to even the youngest of children. They have become a valuable resource for teaching important lessons about monetary value.”Rebecca Jones
(Nursery Manager Bournemouth, UK)
“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
“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)
“The Financial Fairy Tales are a marvelous introduction to ideas around business and money. Helping children find their true purpose and passion in life.”Janet Bray Attwood
(NY Times bestselling author 'The Passion Test')
Our financial education teaching resources have been designed to help you deliver exciting, interactive lessons, making learning about money serious fun. They focus on important money values as well as the practical tools and ideas such as saving, borrowing and investment.
‘The Financial Fairy Tales’ are suitable for use as standalone materials or as part of Maths or PSHE at Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 (age 5-11).
You can request a free sample by adding your details to the form on the right.
Dreams Can Come True
Follow the adventures of Tom the woodcutter’s son with big dreams. With the help of his wise uncle he puts a plan into action to prove himself to a rich Duke.
But is success snatched away at the last minute?
Money values your child will learn include: entrepreneurship, saving and believing in your dreams.
The Last Gold Coin
Tells the story of a Prince whose act of generosity starts a chain of events to save a kingdom.
Whilst a mysterious stranger magically multiplies gold and together they tackle a wicked witch.
What happens to a kingdom once the money runs out and what can the people do about it? – just some of the important money messages in The Last Gold Coin.
The Magic Magpie
Hannah’s desire to get rich quick lands her brother in Giant trouble! Can she find a way to earn enough money to save him? Is the Magic Magpie a friend or foe?
The Magic Magpie contains several excellent lessons around financial decision making, doing the right thing and the consequences of our actions.
The Troll Bridge
Everyone and everything crossing over the bridge had to pay the Troll Tax. It had always been that way, and no-one ever questioned it… Until a young boy dared to ask why?
The Troll Bridge has many financial and money themes including tax, supply and demand, trade and public spending; all wrapped up in a fun and entertaining story. Perfect for enquiring minds and teaching younger children money values and ideas.
The Financial Fairy Tales: Activity Book
The Financial Fairy Tales Activity Book is full of games, tasks and puzzles to build upon the financial principles in the stories and take learning about money to a new level.
Featuring over 50 pages packed with fun learning activities, your child will benefit from a greater financial education plus develop their literacy and maths skills, whilst exploring their imagination and dreams.