DK Eyewitness Money

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Why did the ancient Greeks put coins in the mouths of dead people? What does one million dollars actually look like? Find out the answers to these questions and much more in this fascinating children's book about money. 

Before the notes and coins of today, feathers, stones, and even shells have all been used as money! Explaining everything from the ingots of the 19th century to the smartcards of today, Eyewitness Money is your guide to the amazing history of currency.

Starting with the earliest coins, chart the evolution of money and its role in war, trade, and culture. Featuring colorful visuals, this reference book uncovers both modern and ancient currencies from around the world, including those of France, Denmark, Italy, Spain, China, and Belgium. You will also discover what the world’s largest coin looks like and how you can build a coin collection of your own.

Eyewitness Money also comes with a timeline of banking and a glossary of key terms.---from the publisher

72 pages                                978-1465451781                     Ages 8-12

Keywords:  money, nonfiction, history, currencies, cultures, part of a series, Social Studies Curriculum, 9 year old, 10 year old, 11 year old, 12 year old, 13 year old

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