Books create a legacy so all can thrive

In late 2021, I was thrilled to complete my first book sprint, a 5 day intense experience, at the request of well-known Bitcoin core developer, Jimmy Song. The sprint brought a diverse group of 8 Bitcoin advocates together

 

The end result was the Bitcoin and the American Dream book, a powerful primer on Bitcoin for elected leaders and policy makers. 

 

Although the group members had different races, generations, geographical locations and political parties, what we did have in common is that we all believe that Bitcoin is good for America.

 

This is an educational book for government officials to deepen their understanding of the power and promise of Bitcoin.

In 2013, I discovered I was pregnant with my first child, a little boy! As a former banker and veteran in the financial services industry, I was eager to teach my young son, Ayodele, how to build healthy money habits early in his childhood. From digital wealth to traditional wealth, I believe that children need to build healthy money habits as they grow up. However, I was deeply disappointed in the lack of children's books available on wealth. Further, financial education books specifically written with children of color in mind were non-existent. 

 

So I decided to write a multicultural children's books designed for kids--but written for financially empowered parents like myself. Shortly after Ayo was born, I started developing the concept for my first children's book. In 2014, I published Ayo's Money Jar and used the book to start a household conversation about money among communities of color. A few years later, I published the second book in the series, called Ayo’s Had Enough. In 2021, I published my third children's book called Sade's Satoshis. Sade's Satoshi is my first children's book that teaches children about building digital wealth through Bitcoin saving. 

 

I believe it is never too soon for parents to start a household conversation about money. Money decisions, drive hopes, dreams, life goals, and aspirations. By teaching children these concepts today, parents can help secure the economic future of their family now and for generations to come.

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Sade's Satoshis

 

Sade‘s Satoshis is the first book in our new series to teach children about the history, use, and the promise of Bitcoin. This book features beautiful original artwork from Nigerian visual artist, Faniran Opeyemi. This book gives children a look at Bitcoin through a global lens and explores the incredible impact of Bitcoin in Nigeria. This book also teaches children about important economic concepts like central banking, inflation and fiat currency.

 

This book also includes a special BONUS section for parents called the Bitcoin Family Pack. The Bitcoin Family Pack features: Bitcoin Vocabulary List, Questions from the story, Bitcoin Key Facts, and Teaching Tips for Parents! 



This book makes the PERFECT GIFT to share Bitcoin Investing with the young people in your life! This is a picture book, so it is a suitable Read-To-Me Book for children ages 4 -7. For Children 7 and up, this is a great Read-Along-Book. Older children and adults will love this book as well! The book's simple explanations and list of 30 Bitcoin vocabulary definitions will help clarify the complexity around this emerging technology and help you and your family start Stacking Sats!

  • 8" x 10"

  • Full Color on White paper

  • 35 pages

  • ISBN: 9798784599889

  • BISAC:STEM EDUCATION

 

Please note this book is only available for purchase via Amazon.com. Please join the waiting list to be notify when the book is available. 

 ($19.99 + shipping)

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Ayo's Money Jar

Ayo’s Money Jar is the first book in my series for children ages 2-6 called Guidefi Kids. This is the second edition of the Ayo’s Money Jar book. This edition features beautiful original artwork from Nigerian visual artist and painter, Aniekan Udofia. This version of the book also explores the multicultural heritage of the book’s main character, Ayo. Ayodele (Ayo) is a curious little boy growing up in a multicultural family. When Ayo helps his Mama and Daddy around the house, he gains way more than he bargained for and learns a lasting lesson about money management.             

 

Series: Guidefi Kids Series (Book1)

 

  • 8" x 10" (20.32 x 25.4 cm)

  • Full Color on White paper

  • 32 pages

  • ISBN-13: 978-1537082240 (CreateSpace-Assigned)

  • ISBN-10: 1537082248

  • BISAC: Education / Preschool & Kindergarten

 

Please note this book is only available for purchase via Amazon.com. Please click the link below to purchase the book. ($12.99 + shipping)

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Ayo's Had Enough

Ayo’s Had Enough is the second book in my series for children called Guidefi Kids. This book features beautiful original artwork from Ghanian visual artist, Johann Setorwu. This version of the book also explores the multicultural heritage of the book’s main character, Ayo. Each of my books is written as a conversation guide for parents that focuses on a specific financial education concept. In addition to the story, the book includes suggested family activities and a glossary of terms to reinforce the learning process. In Ayo’s Had Enough, Ayo learns about consumerism from a child’s perspective by exploring how much is really enough. He also learns about the importance of taking care of his belongings. Lastly, he learns about how banks work and how they help his family take care of their needs and wants. The book also references our Give,Grow,Go (3Gs) concept, a Guidefi Kids money management rule of thumb for children.

 

Series: Guidefi Kids Series (Book 2)

 

  • Paperback: 37 pages

  • Publisher: Independently published (December 28, 2018)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 1790804639

  • ISBN-13: 978-1790804634

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.1 x 10 inches

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

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