AUTHOR: Mary Orelaru-Oyalowo
Mary Orelaru-Oyalowo lives in the United States with her family. She is the founder and coach at Fortune Vault, a financial literacy program. As a coach, she teaches people how to manage their money to grow it. Mary loves photography, enjoys reading, baking, and volunteering. One of her favorite things is learning. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Tai Solarin University of Education, Nigeria, a Master’s degree in Economics and Finance for Development from the University of Bradford, UK, and a Master’s degree in Accountancy from Cleveland State University, U.S.A. to show for it.
Jojo Talks About the Three Bell Jars
Do you know that raising financially savvy kids can make them better money managers? "Jojo Talks About the Three Bell Jars" was written to help children learn valuable money and life lessons. It can help children make better money decisions.
"Jojo Talks About the Three Bell Jars" is geared towards children between the ages of three and eight. The author uses bell jars to explain value lessons about Saving, Spending, and Sharing.