Little Daymond Learns to Earn
Daymond John (Author) Nicole Miles (Illustrator)
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DescriptionNEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - Entrepreneur, FUBU founder, and Shark Tank fan fave Daymond John introduces kids to basic ideas about money and starting their own business in this accessible picture book! Meet Little Daymond and his enterprising friends! When Daymond hatches an idea for a small business to make money to buy a music poster he wants, the whole crew comes together and figures out their unique strengths so they can each get exactly what they want--and even have some change to spare. Bestselling author and Shark Tank star Daymond John uses this fun story to ignite kids' early interest in how money works--including the concepts of saving, spending, budgeting, and borrowing--to develop a basic foundation of financial literacy that sets children up for success in the future.
Random House Books for Young Readers
March 21, 2023
11.3 X 8.6 X 0.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
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About the Author
Daymond John was born with a passion for entrepreneurship. Daymond is the CEO and founder of FUBU, the global lifestyle brand created to represent overlooked communities. He is also a star on ABC's Emmy Award-winning TV show Shark Tank, helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Daymond served under President Barack Obama as Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship and works with several philanthropic organizations to educate and empower future generations, including My Brother's Keeper, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the NAACP. Daymond is a New York Times bestselling author, and this is his first book for children. Of all his accomplishments, Daymond is most proud of his role as dad to his daughters. Visit him at daymondjohn.com. Illustrator Nicole Miles is from the Bahamas and currently lives in the UK with her partner and pet snake. After five and a half years designing cards for Hallmark, she now does projects for clients all over the world. Her comic Barbara was nominated for an Eisner Award. She is also the illustrator of The New Kid Welcome / Welcome the New Kid and Groundhog Gets It Wrong, among other picture books. Visit Nicole at nicolemillo.com.