Synopses & Reviews
How do you get kids interested in learning about finance? Give them a comic book Rich Dad series author Robert Kiyosaki, whose books have sold over 5 million copies, recognized the increasing need for people to begin their journey to financial literacy-and life-long wealth-as early as their preteen years. In Escape from the Rat Race, basic lessons about working to learn, not to earn'', buying assets, and understanding a financial statement are revealed in a graphic format through the tale of Timid T. Turtle. When Tim runs out of cash at an amusement park, his savvy friend Red E. Rat shows him how to make money work for him''-and tells Robert Kiyosaki's own riveting account of learning the basic principles of lifelong financial success. Illustrated with full-color sequential art in the style of Rich Dad's popular CASHFLOW games and Web site, here is a book that gives kids (and reluctant readers of all ages) the chance to take their first steps toward financial freedom.
This full-color graphic novel poses the question: "Go to school, get good grades, get a good job and invest in a 401(k)?" Not today!
That's an outdated formula for success that hasn't adapted to the Information Age. Escape the Rat Race is the story of Tim, Tina, and Red
and their entrepreneurial pursuits as they learn about money. Key messages include: How to create assets and how to make your money work for youso you won't need to work hard for money all your life.