Concepts: Goods & Services, Entrepreneur, Economic Wants
Some day a little girl is going to have a store of her own with real glass cases and wide counters and drawers where she can sell a little of everything. This is a simple book with poetic prose.
George Washington Carver
Concepts: Productive Resources, Human Resources, Natural Resources, Capital Resources, Consumers, Producers, Productivity, Supply and Demand, Entrepreneur
Gettin' Through ThursdayConcepts: Scarcity, Economic Wants
Andre can’t stand Thursdays. Each week, that’s the day before his mother gets paid, and there is never enough money on hand. When his report card comes Andre knows he will make the honor roll – and that his mother has promised him a “royal party” on that very day. But problems arise when the report card arrives on Thursday – the day when the family has no money left! Will Andre get his party after all?
Grandpa's Corner StoreConcepts: Interdependence, Human Resources, Producers, Consumers, Market, Goods & Services, Specialization
Grandfather's small grocery is threatened by the building of a new supermarket. With the help of his granddaughter, Lucy, and the neighborhood, Grandpa's store is saved.
Growing Vegetable SoupConcepts: Natural Resources, Capital Resources, Human Resources, Productive Resources
A child and her father plant, water, weed, and pick vegetables to make soup.
How A Book is MadeConcepts: Human Resources, Productive Resources, Capital Resources
It is not easy to make a book. Many people are involved in the production process before we can sit down and enjoy it. The author thinks and writes. Then the book goes to the many people who take part in producing it.
How a House is Built
Concepts: Specialization, Natural Resources, Human Resources, Capital Resources, Productive Resources
Follow the work of all the special workers as they build a house from start to finish - from designing the plans to landscaping the yard. What a lot of special skills are needed! This colorful book also shows pictures of houses from different places and eras.
How Much is That Doggie in the Window?Concepts: Economic Wants, Goods & Services , Consumers, Trade & Money, Price
A boy really wants a special dog in the pet store window, but he does not have enough money. He attempts to earn the money needed, but spends his own money on his family members instead. Luckily, his family surprises him with the dog as a gift.
How Santa Got His JobConcept: Human Resources
So how did Santa Claus get his job? Learn how in this humorous story that recounts all the jobs that Santa got – and then lost – that helped him acquire the skills he needed to be the Santa Claus that we all know today.
How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 To Visit the Statue of LibertyConcepts: Profit, Income, Expenses, Production
The second grade class makes several attempts to earn enough money to visit the Statue of Liberty. The report includes the expenses, income, and profit of each business venture.