Teaching Kids to Save Through Local Libraries
Children Learn to “Mind Their Pennies” with Local Libraries and Susquehanna Bank!
Buck and Friends A penny saved is a penny earned. It’s a classic lesson, but one that can always be reinforced. That’s why Susquehanna Bank is working to teach children about saving. Buck, the mascot for Susquehanna’s kid's account, will be visiting local libraries for “Mind Your Pennies,” an interactive discussion on saving money for kids. There will also be storytime and crafts. Join us!

Upcoming "Mind Your Pennies" Events

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Plus, you can help teach your kids about money management simply by reading. Here are some books recommended by the Federal Reserve Bank:



Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday
Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday
by Judith Viorst
The Berenstain Bears
The Berenstain Bear’s Trouble with Money
by Stan Berenstain
Counting Money
Counting Money
by Julie Dalton
Dollar for Penny
Dollar for Penny
by Julie Glass
Follow the Money
Follow the Money
by Loreen Leedy
Isabel’s Car Wash
Isabel’s Car Wash
by Shelia Bair
Money, Money, Honey Bunny
Money, Money, Honey Bunny
by Marilyn Sadler
Pigs will be Pigs
Pigs will be Pigs
by Amy Axelrod
Sam and the Lucky Money
Sam and the Lucky Money
by Karen Chinn
Using Money at the Lemonade Stand
Using Money at the Lemonade Stand
by Amy Rauen
Dinosaur with a Dime
You Can’t Buy a Dinosaur with a Dime: Problem Solving in Dollars and Cents
by Harriet Ziefert


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