Whatever Happened to Penny Candy 7th Edition

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Item #: 009411
ISBN: 9780942617641
Grades: 5-Adult

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Publisher: Bluestocking Press

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Economics
Michelle R on Jul 16, 2019
Classical Conversations Challenge 1 curriculum
Kelley B on Jun 27, 2019
Economics
Michelle R on Jul 16, 2019
Recommended by homeschool agency
Dolhia P on Jul 14, 2019
Classical Conversations Challenge 1 curriculum
Kelley B on Jun 27, 2019
CC Challenge I
jaime j on May 24, 2019
Cathy Duffy Review recommended it.
Cindy S on Feb 13, 2019
An eye opener book about our economics. It makes economics fun and easy.
Sharon on Jan 21, 2019
Recommended by accountability group. It is a clear, concise, enjoyable, and easy to understand lesson in economics. The articles in the companion Blue Stocking Guide are excellent lessons that drive the points home. It took a boring drone topic and made it enjoyable and understandable. Both my kids and I looked forward to Economics each day. Projects and questions were meaningful.
Rebecca L on Nov 16, 2018
required for a co-op class
Diana M on Sep 6, 2018
Recommended by several friends and Cathy Duffy
Anne R on Aug 9, 2018
required
Mairi Alena J on Jul 31, 2018
Sounds like a fun way to learn some economics
Jennifer C on Jul 2, 2018
For a homeschool co-op class.
Denise W on Jun 23, 2018
Classical Conversations
Emily F on Jun 12, 2018
Recommended by Cathy Duffy for high school economics.
Jessi F on May 28, 2018
Classical Conversations Curricula
Deborah M on May 28, 2018
I have heard that this classic adds a wealth of knowledge and understanding to today’s world.
Laura H on Mar 14, 2018
required for my student for next year
Elise E on Feb 22, 2018
This is a great clear, simple, illustrated economics text. I have owned several editions over the years. Always a good book to have on hand for grade school through adult.
Mary Ann S on Jan 11, 2018
Homeschool coop requirement.
Ruth M on Aug 15, 2017
Been happy with this book in the past.
Debbie H on Jul 3, 2017
for middle school economics.
Christa B on May 25, 2017
recommended
Amy G on May 14, 2017
Curriculum for Classical Conversations
Cheryl S on May 8, 2017
Recommended by our homeschool group.
Carla L on Apr 24, 2017
Economics credits for my home schooled child
Marie D on Nov 28, 2016
It was suggested by Cathy Duffy reviews for a resource for an economics course.
Tracy S on Aug 18, 2016
recommendation
rebecca g on Aug 9, 2016
required for co-op class
Kelly M on Aug 5, 2016
Needed economics course for high school and liked the presentation style and apparent content of this book.
Denise S on Jul 8, 2016
I believe every child (and adult) needs a firm understanding of how money works.
Ray W on May 29, 2016
I need it for a class my child is taking next year.
Kevin F on May 22, 2016
My CC Challenge I student is using this book for economics.
Heather C on May 17, 2016
To teach my daughter about economics.
Cheryl C on Jan 22, 2016
Recommendation for teaching middle school business concepts
Connie S on Oct 26, 2015
I needed this to add to my senior's reading list while studying economics with Notgrass.
Charlene M on Oct 15, 2015
required curriculum for classical conversations
Kirsten B on Oct 1, 2015
Recommended by homeschool agency
Dolhia P on Jul 14, 2019
CC Challenge I
jaime j on May 24, 2019
Is using the Bluestocking guide with Penny Candy enough for a high school level economics course?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2016
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy 7th Edition
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy 7th Edition
Bluestocking Guide: Economics (compatible with the 7th edition of Penny Candy)
Bluestocking Guide: Economics (compatible with the 7th edition of Penny Candy)
BEST ANSWER: Especially, I believe it would. I only bought the book Whatever Happened to Penny Candy, but wish I had bought the Bluestocking Guide: Economics too. We were short on ready cash at the time. My daughter is reading the book, doing chapter summaries, and an essay to complete the course. In Ohio where we live, she only needs a half credit in Economics, so my husband and I felt that would satisfy the requirements. She has enjoyed it, and says that "all Americans should be required to read it before voting in the elections this year!" I am glad I bought it. Hope that this helps.
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