While author and educator Karyn Hodgens did not coin the term "financial literacy," she is a visionary and pioneer on a mission to inform America's youth how to lead rich lives. In Raised for Richness, she wisely adds her two cents to show parents and caregivers how to get kids thinking beyond their piggy banks in order to have meaningful dialogue about issues related to money. In ten succinct, engaging, and informative chapters like "The Foundation," "Earning," and "Saving," Hodgens illustrates how to empower kids as young as six to be in charge of their money. And while she ultimately offers a profound lesson that all that glitters is not gold, the value system she uses in her teaching has a lot to do with open communication. To enhance the experience, the author encourages family pow-wows with "Chew on This" topics that go beyond raising money-savvy children. The prompts help families visualize and articulate their unique roles and responsibilities to each other-and the world.