The Richest Boy in Athens
Follow Kap, a young Greek boy, as he learns invaluable lessons about money on his way to buying the toy soldier he’s always wanted and becoming the richest boy in Ancient Athens. Through Kap’s fun adventure following his successes and failures, the reader learns how to be responsible with money.
A story loosely based on the famous book The Richest Man in Babylon, which intended to teach adults important financial and life lessons, The Richest Boy in Athens attempts to teach similar principles and ideas to a younger reader. It aims to teach the next generation about financial responsibility, something most are never taught inside or outside of school. They can take this important lesson with them through childhood and into adulthood. Give your children a leg up in life with the story of Kap, as he learns to achieve more than he ever dreamt possible.
Ideas and skills the reader will Learn from
The Richest Boy in Athens, Part I:
– Work ethic
– Producing wealth through value creation
– Low time preference, i.e. Delayed gratification
– Paying oneself first, i.e. saving