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5 Money Saving Books for Your Summer Reading List

By Just Heather |


If you’re looking for a little summer reading, might I suggest the non-fiction section? I’m a huge reader, and, I devour books that help me learn new ideas.

I originally learned couponing from a book, every debt free blogger I’ve talked to says they got inspiration from a book, and our gardening technique came from — you guessed it — a book!

I’ve read books about budgeting, shopping, couponing, and frugal living, and I have a have a few favorites that I just keep going back to. I learn something new every time I read them again, so I add them to my summer reading list almost every year.

Here are 7 books to read this summer that will help you save money all year:

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Finance Books for Your Summer Reading List

Enjoy Your Money! How to Make It, Save It and Invest It

This is by far the most enjoyable non-fiction book I’ve ever read. While it is a non-fiction, personal finance book, it’s set up as a story, with characters who meet in an effort to achieve the financial peace their parents lack. J. Steve Miller teaches valuable lessons on earning, saving, investing and being charitable through the stories & lives of the Counter Culture Club—4 high school students who learn from their financially savvy teacher, Mrs. Kramer. I wish I had started my life with the lessons in this book. I can only hope to start my own children out with the strong background these characters received.
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More money saving ideas from Heather on Inexpensively.com:
Your Local Library: More Than Just Free Books

More on Babble.com:
10 Ways to Save Money on Books
Free Alternatives to Public School

About Just Heather

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Just Heather

Heather Sokol babbles about shoes, cocktails, and, mostly, her family. She and her geeky husband are raising four kids and losing sanity daily. They live their gluten free life on a budget while Heather shares her deals, tips and coupon savvy. Read more on her blog Just HeatherTwitter or Pinterest. Read bio and latest posts → Read Heather's latest posts →

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