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Ampersand F22 UTP Specials Omnibus WEST/ON/QC/ATL

More Than Money
How Economic Inequality Affects EVERYTHING
By (author): Hadley Dyer By (author): Mitchell Bernard Illustrated by: Paul Gill
Hadley Dyer , Mitchell Bernard ,

Illustrated by :

Paul Gill


Annick Press



Product Form:


Form detail:

Paperback , Trade


Young Adult : Age (years) 12, Grade (CAN) 7, Grade (US) 7, Reading age 12
Oct 11, 2022
$14.95 CAD


9.5in x 7.5 x 0.4 in | 360 gr

Page Count:

128 pages
Annick Press
YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Business & Economics

Economic inequality affects everybody.

No matter how rich or poor you are, economic inequality impacts every aspect of your life—the place where you live, the opportunities you experience, the healthcare you get, the education you receive. More Than Money breaks down why the rich seem to be getting richer while the rest of us are struggling to just get by.

With vivid, energetic illustrations, the use of graphs and charts, and tips for how to investigate topics of interest, readers learn the most important issues and ideas in economics to better understand the consequences of inequality.

*A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection

  • TIMELY TOPIC: the pandemic has made the subject of economic inequality top of mind for everyone, including kids
  • SOLUTIONS AND HOPE: after breaking down the problems, the authors include chapters on what we can do to help fix the problems
  • FUN, RELATABLE LOOK: friendly, lighthearted illustrations help break up the text and keep a heavy subject more accessible
  • CROSSOVER APPEAL: the book breaks down this complex theme, making for fascinating reading for adults as well as children
  • BOOKSELLER INPUT: Hadley Dyer is a former indie bookseller with knowledge of market appeal for this age group

HADLEY DYER is the author of More Than Money and other acclaimed titles for young readers. She has worked in the children’s book industry for more than twenty years and with multiple organizations that promote literacy and reading. She lives in Toronto.

MITCHELL BERNARD is a political economist specializing in East Asia and has been a professor at York University in Toronto and several universities in Japan. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Paul Gill works in design, animation, and book illustration. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

"A must read for kids to understand the roots of inequality and the financial world we all live in but rarely question closely enough."

- Kevin Sylvester, award-winning co-author of Follow Your Money and Follow Your Stuff

“A solid, thorough introduction to haves and have-nots—and why it matters.”

- Kirkus Reviews

“An important tool that will help young adults understand and discuss their own financial positions, develop compassion for others, and become engaged citizens with the economic knowledge they will need in order to effectively address long-ignored systemic inequities.”

- Quill & Quire, *starred review

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