Timmy is very excited! To thank him for helping out with the dishes, his grandma has given him some money to buy something from the ice cream man when he comes around.
But there's just one problem. He doesn't know whether he has enough money--or even how much money he has. Timmy takes his coins to his mom to see whether she can help. Mom knows that the ice cream man charges one dollar, and she teaches Timmy how much each coin is worth. Using careful counting, Timmy soon knows exactly how much money he has. And now he'll be ready when the ice cream man arrives!
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About the Author
Gail Lockhart is a retired financial advisor. She learned through her years in practice that parents and schools often did not teach their children about money. Through her series of children's books, she hopes to start the conversations about money between parents and their children. She currently lives in San Jose, California.