Reviews of MoneyBags

Here’s what people are saying about MoneyBags: A Guide to Teaching your Kids About Money:

“By embracing this book and experiencing the exercises with your kids, together you will break the taboo of talking about money and put them on a path toward financial freedom.”

— T.Harv Eker, author of #1 New York Times bestseller Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

“Want to raise kids to be financially independent? Read and follow the fun exercises in all 52 chapters of MoneyBags.  That’s a chapter a week for a year; your kids are banking on you.”

— Hollis Page Harmann, PFP, CASL, author, Money $ense for Kids!

“A must read for parents wanting to teach their children how money really works. My question– who will learn more, parents or their children?  Wendy hits the nail on the head with her content and over 50, fun application exercise to drive each point home.”

— David England, Ret. Assoc. Professor of Finance — Founder of

“Spending time reading this book and using the exercises is a great investment of time and energy in building a wonderful financial future for your kids.  Wendy does a great job of making financial literacy simple.”

— Paul Batz, president and founder, author, speaker, executive coach, What Really Works: Blending the Seven Fs for the Life You Imagine

“MoneyBags is full of practical, fun, and simple tools to teach kids about money.  Wendy presents a complex and often taboo subject in a way that empowers parents and kids alike.”

— Deirdre VanNest, professional speaker and performance coach,

“Some of the most powerful words in our language are at the foundation of this wonderful, fun and important book by Wendy Gillespie.  MoneyBags is about prudence, choices, discipline, character, selfreliance, family, and yes…it is also about money and creating good money habits.  Gillespie weaves personal stories with philosophical principles.  She provides simple explanations for each concept introduced, and she always provides an easy way to get into action.  What a gift we give, when we teach our children, and grandchildren the truth about money!”

— Ed Kelly, founder, Summit Journey Coaching