Cornell Buys His First Pair of Sneakers

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Pub Date 10 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 07 Feb 2023

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Cornell is the average teen who lives and breathes the game of basketball. Basketball was all he cared about until one day his life changed when he bought his first pair of sneakers. Cornell learns the difference between assets & liabilities, buying low & selling high, and investing in yourself. Cornell also learns the importance of taking his time and finding out every detail of the investment before investing.

Please note: This is not a picture book. This is a children's book that illustrates the comparison of immediate gratitude and learning through earning. The Author, Marion Small, thoroughly explains the importance of building wealth overtime instead of looking fashionable for the moment. This entertaining and easy to read book is educational for all ages especially elementary age kids.

Cornell is the average teen who lives and breathes the game of basketball. Basketball was all he cared about until one day his life changed when he bought his first pair of sneakers. Cornell learns...


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Discover the world of wealth-building and financial literacy through the eyes of Cornell, an average teen who's passion for basketball evolves into a newfound understanding of money. When he buys his first pair of sneakers, Cornell learns the difference between assets and liabilities, the art of buying low and selling high, and the significance of investing in oneself. Written by Marion Small, this children's book highlights the value of long-term financial planning over short-term instant gratification. An entertaining and educational read for kids and adults alike. Great Read.

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