Browse Reviews :: Three Cups
By Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 7/9 Juanita wrote: What a special, special book. Perfect for starting your children down the road to Financial Management – this story details how a little boy got three cups for his birthday and was taught to allocate his weekly allowance into a savings cup, giving cup and spending cup. Week by week he allocates his ... Three Cups – Tony Townsley & Mark St. Germain
On 2/1 ClimbingDown wrote: Three Cups teaches children and parents alike on how they could treat money as something to save, to give and to take. It shows different ways on how to deal with money, and how they can use it to help others. I find it very interesting that this should be taught to children, and that it could work ... An Interesting Find!
On 2/1 Faithfulmommy wrote: I just read a new book for children called "Three Cups" by Tony Townsley. I love the idea behind the story. We actually do this as the kids get money. They dont' get an actual weekly allowance. What I liked about this book (other than the beautiful illustrations) was the sweet memories the Three cups ... Book Review - Three cups
On 1/25 Taunya Richards wrote: My daughters age 9 and 11 reviewed the Kindle format of this book. One thing I noted with the Kindle is that the numerous pictures mess up the formatting, making it difficult to read. Luckily the story is short and simple. Daughter Age 9: I would say the book is for age 6 to 9. It is good to teach ... Three Cups by Townsley/Germain
On 1/13 Tiffany's Bookshelf wrote: Follow the teachings of a family as they teach their children basic financial management. By using three different cups, the family shows how money can be portioned out for saving, spending, and charitable giving. The child learns to split his money between the cups, having a visible reminder ... Three Cups, by Tony Townsley and Mark. St. Germain
On 1/7 Jodi McKenna wrote: I'm embarrassed to say that we have yet to do much instruction with the children on the concept of tithing, saving, and spending. So this book was a welcome introduction into the world of Godly finances. The concept is simple. It introduces the idea of a weekly allowance followed by placing three cups ... Great Introduction into Godly Finances
On 1/1 Michelle Sarra wrote: I know I know...2 in one day!!Three CupsBy Toney Townsley and Mark St. Germain.Illustrations byApril WilleyGive, Save, And Spend.On his 5 birthday a young boy gets a gift of a lifetime. The gift of adventure. The gift of love. Beautifully illustrated and well written this book helps both parents and ... Three Cups_A book review~!
On 12/22 Leah's Card Designs wrote: This book was nicely written. I like the way they taught about Saving, Spending, and Giving. The tea cups were the perfect place to give a symbol of what they were teaching. I mean that using the cups for a visual focal point. You could see things as they were progressing along. Then ... Three Cups Book Review
On 12/19 Debbie Taylor wrote: Rather than a dry, technical presentation, the financial principles in this book are presented in a lovely story of a family legacy! The steps taken by the parents to teach their son about money - saving, spending, and giving - were simple and easy to understand. Even moreso, they will be easy to translate ... Awesome Principles in an Enjoyable Read
On 12/8 Hosanna's Journey wrote: The Three Cupsby Tony Townsley and Mark St. GermainIllustrated by April WillyThis is a great kids book, teaching kids about money. So many parents have problems handling their own money, so this is a simple way to remind them, and teach their children how to handle money. This young boy is given a special ... The Three Cups by Tony Townsley and Mark St. Germain