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Little Business Books: Responsibility

Ruth Percival, Dean Gray

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 5 years, Money (Children's / Teenage)

Find out why responsibility is important for business and for social and emotional development

Follow twelve cute animals as they each run a business and find out why responsibility is important for their business and for their own social and emotional development too.

Alongside introducing young readers to what business is and how they are run, readers will find out that great things can happen when you take responsibility. Kiki Koala takes charge of her savings, and Wei Wolf learns to be more inclusive, making hats that suit all of his customers. Other animals find out that being fair, keeping promises, listening or working together, help their businesses to succeed, showing readers that the keys to business success are also brilliant life skills that can help them flourish, too.

With adorable illustrations and written in consultation with a highly experienced business author and multinational business advisor, the Little Business Books series introduces core business concepts to the entrepreneurs and business leaders of the future. Suitable for children aged five and up, these books are great classroom and learning resources as an introduction to business and PSHE.

The six books in this series are:

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