Super Social Studies Infographics: Economics Through Infographics

Children's Book and Media Review, Oct 2017

Ariel Ariel Woodbury

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Super Social Studies Infographics: Economics Through Infographics

Super Social Studies Infographics: Economics Thr ough Infographics Ariel Ariel Woodbury Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr BYU ScholarsArchive Citation - Article 15 Book Review Title: Super Social Studies Infographics: Economics Through Infographics Author: Karen Latchana Kenney Illustrator: Steven Stankiewiez Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Lerner Publications Company Publication Year: 2015 Interest Level: Intermediate Rating: Excellent Review Have you ever wondered why you can give someone special paper in exchange for a house or TV? The value of money is just one of the many economic topics explained in this book. You’ll learn about what makes our economy different from North Korea’s, how money in different countries has different values and changes over time, and how the job markets has changed from mainly agricultural to more service-based industries.


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