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The retired kid
Although he enjoys some aspects of his retirement, eight-year-old Brian gains a new perspective on his job of being a child after spending time in Florida"s Happy Sunset Retirement Community.
|Genre||Fiction., Juvenile fiction.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A266 Rdt 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2007041998|
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This couple retired from full-time work at the age of The purpose of this book is to show you exactly how they did it, so you can replicate their methods and retire early as well. It’s inspiring, and if you’ve been wishing for early retirement or thinking about trying to make it a possibility, you should read this book. "Pueblo, Colorado, Billy, a retired dentist, is a local celebrity owing to his rumored past as Billy the Kid. Billy lives in a corrupt town where Stokes, the owner of a speakeasy, has the sheriff in his pocket and can kill a man with impunity.
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The Retired Kid is unique among other children's books about work and jobs with its focus on retirement. It can also teach children about opportunity cost: they may think twice about wanting to leave school and chores for a retirement community if it comes at the cost of prune juice smoothies, long documentaries on TV, weekly doctor's checkups /5(12).
The Retired Kid is a great book. However, I feel that I would choose it for an older audience. Maybe 3rd or 4th grade, where students can really understand what Brian goes through at his age. I love this book because it picks at the little issues of being a kid, like going to school or other lessons.
Most kids would agree that school is a job /5. The Retired Kid is unique among other children's books about work and jobs with its focus on retirement. It can also teach children about opportunity cost: they may think twice about wanting to leave school and chores for a retirement community if it comes at the cost of prune juice smoothies, long documentaries on TV, weekly doctor's checkups /5.
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Having a goal to work until my kid graduates college would have definitely been a consideration. It’s Also Hard To Stay Retired Once Kids Come. After we had a kid, our already onerous $1,/month healthcare premiums jumped to $1,/month after our son was born.
Forour healthcare premiums will rise to $1,/month. The Retired Kid Written and Illustrated by: Jon Agee Recommended Ages: I love funny children's books. In fact, I like them so much I have a section on this blog just for humorous when I happened upon this hilarious book by Jon Agee, (a new author to me), I immediately placed holds on as many of his books as possible.
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Brian decides being a kid is too hard, what with the school work and soccer practice and vegetable eating and music lessons and dog walking and baby sister sitting. Or take a page from the book of Justin McCurry, founder of Root of Good, who retired in at age He’s married and has three children who are 11 and 6.
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Learn how to make smart decisions now to help you live your retirement dreams. "The Retired Kid" is a story about a boy named, Brian who wants to quit his life as a child and live life as a senior citizen.
He feels that his life as a kid is very difficult. He is involved in sports, school, babysitting his siblings, and so forth. So he informs his parents that he is leaving town and going to live in a retirement home.4/5(19). Agee's signature, bland cartoon-like pencil-and-watercolor illustrations contrast Brian the kid with Brian the retiree hanging out with the grey-haired set to great effect.
An amusing take on the "no place like home" theme. (Picture book. The retired kid. [Jon Agee] -- Although he enjoys some aspects of his retirement, eight-year-old Brian gains a new perspective on his job of being a child after spending time in Florida's Happy Sunset Retirement Community.
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Instead of a lot of aphorisms and generic advice, Zelinski walks the reader through tools created to assist in retirement planning, adjustments, and.
1 day ago Geoffrey McLennan, retired from state service inis a mental health advocate and member of the Placer County Mental Health Advisory Board, [email protected] Many years ago I rode an express bus 35 miles from downtown Oakland to. - The Retired Kid: Jon Agee: : Books.
The Retired Kid () About book: The Retired Kid is a great book! However, I feel that I would choose it for an older audience. Maybe 3rd or 4th grade, where students can really understand what Brian goes through at his age.
I love this book because it picks at the little issues of being a kid, like going to school or other lessons.This is another great book to pick up if you have no idea about how retirement works or how to plan for it.
The New Retirement provides a comprehensive guide for the who, what, where, why and whens of retirement. It doesn’t just cover the financial aspects, but the many important facets of later life, including leisure time, travel, lifestyle, community, continuing careers, and real estate.‘The Retired Kid’: A Boy Exhausted by the Daily Grind.
Phyllis, Harvey, Myrtle. If he knows people with names like these, he’ll be doubly amused by the premise of this picture book: A kid.