The Go-Around Dollar



The Go-Around DollarEvery Dollar Travels From Person To Person In A Different Way Matt Finds A Dollar On His Way Home From School And Uses It To Buy Shoelaces From Eric Eric Spends The Dollar On Bubble Gum At The Corner Store Jennifer, Who Happens To Be The Next Customer, Receives The Dollar As Part Of Her Change.A Dollar Bill Is Something We All See And Use Every Day Of Our Lives But Do We Know How It S Made The Meaning Of The Symbols That Are Shown On The Front And Back Of The Dollar How Long The Average Dollar Stays In Circulation In This Fascinating And Informative Book, Barbara Johnston Adams Weaves Together A Fictional Narrative About The Travels Of A Single Dollar With Facts And Anecdotes That Are Sure To Delight Young Readers.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Go-Around Dollar
  • Barbara Johnston Adams
  • English
  • 14 June 2019
  • 0027000311

10 thoughts on “The Go-Around Dollar

  1. Shiloah says:

    Even I learnedabout our currency in this book Highly recommended

  2. Michael Fitzgerald says:

    There really wasn t that much going around The dollar stayed in the same town and was taken out of circulation after about four people The book is written half story and half little facts Neither was especially compelling Illustrations were subpar.

  3. Jessica Minnoia says:

    This book is an informational text but also has a fictional story occurring at the same time Each page has a dollar bill with facts about dollars money on it while the other illustrations go along with the fictional text Although I found this information to be somewhat boring, this would be a great informational text for a child who is interested in money I probably would not use this book as a read aloud in a classroom but would have it available either for guided reading or independent rea This book is an informational text but also has a fictional story occurring at the same time Each page has a dollar bill with facts about dollars money on it while the other illustrations go along with the fictional text Although I found this information to be somewhat boring, this would be a great informational text for a child who is interested in money I probably would not use this book as a read aloud in a classroom but would have it available either for guided reading or independent reading The text does not directly address any social or diversity issues but the illustrations do show multicultural characters

  4. Neely says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here AR

  5. Lyndsey Hurm says:

    This book tells about how a dollar goes from place to place and person to person I could use this book to introduce money and talk about the different types of money I would also incorporate writing into this lesson by maybe having the students write a story about what would happen if they were a dollar and the places they would go Maybe they could even make it a circular text and have the dollar end up in the same place it started off at.

  6. Dolly says:

    This book offers an interesting look at our currency how it s made, how it s spent, and how a dollar bill can be transferred throughout a number of transactions The narrative is short and the illustrations are colorful I would recommend this book for elementary school age children We enjoyed reading this book together.

  7. Lanie says:

    Ok for an educational picture book, but not super fun or super pretty Good for teaching kids a little about money, but not much else I d rather read dr Seuss with a kid Not this.

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