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Kuster, Joanne (J. M. Seymour)

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Pen Name: J. M. Seymour

Comments from the author about writing:
We expend time and money to teach reading, math, music, and athletics, but we expect children to absorb how to handle finances. Learning to manage money and create wealth is so much more than a skill—it’s a lifestyle. Becoming successful takes practice, just like learning to swim, play piano, or perfect any talent. Even young children can grasp basic money management concepts, and learn to build wealth if we show them, which is why writing simple books for financial education is so important.  The challenge is to make a complex subject (like the stock market) understandable and fun, keeping information accurate while adding a twist to entice young readers.

Literary awards received and date received:

  • Midwest Independent Publishers, Book Achievement Award, 2003, how-to category for "Stock Market Pie: Grandma Helps Emily Make A Million."

Book Types: Nonfiction

Audience Types: Children

Genres: How-to, How-to, Realistic Fiction

Are you willing to do programs for schools, libraries, or other groups? Yes

If you are willing to do programs, will you charge a fee? Yes

Author Web site URL: http://www.moneygodmother.com

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 106
Johnston, IA 50131

E-mail Address: joanne@dynamindspublishing.com

Phone Number: 515-270-5315

Publisher Information:

DynaMinds Publishing
http://www.DynaMindsPublishing.com
515-270-5315 or 888/991-BOOK
Attn: Chuck

County: Polk

Books By This Author

  • Entrepreneur Extraordinaire: Grandpa Helps Emily Build A Business, DynaMinds Publishing, Des Moines, IA, 2008
  • Stock Market Pie: Grandma Helps Emily Make A Million, DynaMinds Publishing, Des Moines, IA, 2002
  • Watch Out, Kerbie!, Ontario Farm Safety Association, Canada, 1984
  • What Now, Kerbie?, Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc., Des Moines, IA, 1981

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