Ein Hund namens Money

Published in 30 languages, more than 5 million copies sold.

A DOG CALLED MONEY is a pioneering act that was long overdue: It pulls down the barricades of preconceived notions. In doing so, it allows us to see more clearly. Business negotiation or entrepreneurship is not child labour. It’s a game, brim-full of excitement. It is anything but monotonous; it can both surprise us and release our creative energies. This is the first book on the subject of money written for children. It doesn’t lecture; it gives children a chance to venture into the world of a grown-up activity that was previously off-limits – dealing with money. The book is written as a captivating novel, suitable for children and adults.

Plot Summary
Kira, a 12-year-old girl, lives in poverty, and her parents constantly argue about the shortage of money. As a result, Kira is upset by the subject of finances and wants to avoid it. One day, Kira finds an injured Labrador and takes him home. But whoever thought that a regular dog would turn out to be a financial genius? Through the friendship that Kira and Money build, Kira realizes that you really can make your dreams come true.

In this book, you will discover that everyone can learn how to manage money.


First published by: Lentz Verlag
10th edition: 2013
Hardcover with illustrations: 228 pages
Author: Bodo Schäfer
ISBN: 978-3-936135-49-7

  • Release: September 5, 2017
Book a dog called money