Financial Literacy Storybooks for Elementary School Libraries

Financial Literacy Storybooks for Elementary School Libraries
Who is eligible? 
Elementary (K-5) educators, teacher librarians/media specialists, or other school staff serving an elementary school who complete the Small Change: Building Financial Literacy course are eligible to request a set of the 21 storybooks used in the Financial Literacy Lesson Plans – Grades K-5 (
curriculum published by ISU Extension in early 2019.
One set of the books, subject to availability, will be donated to your elementary school upon request of the eligible educator until grant funds are expended. Books will be shipped by different publishers and will likely be delivered over several weeks after you place your order. We will rely on you to make sure the books are catalogued and
placed in the school library. We can provide no more than one set of books per elementary school building.
How is this possible? 
The donation of the books to your school is made possible by the grant to ISU Extension from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation. We recognize that use of the new curriculum hinges on the availability of the storybooks that serve as the main activity in 21 of the 24 short lessons.
How do I make my request?
Fill out the formand submit to Iowa State University. If you have questions about the curriculum, contact Cynthia Fletcher ( If you have questions about placing the request, contact Ellen Minnihan ( Please submit your request by June 15, 2019.
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