Econo-Graphics Jr.

Set of 8 titles

In the Econo-Graphics Jr. series, young readers will examine economy-related issues from many angles, all portrayed through visual elements. Income, budgeting, investing, supply and demand, global markets, inflation, and more are covered. Each book highlights pandemic-era impacts as well. Created with developing readers in mind, charts, graphs, maps, and infographics provide key content in an engaging and accessible way. Books include an activity, glossary, index, suggested reading and websites, and a bibliography.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
Econo-Graphics Jr. (8 titles)
Infographics: Budgeting
Infographics: Incentives
Infographics: Inflation
Infographics: Scarcity
Infographics: Supply and Demand
Infographics: Supply Chains
Infographics: The Stock Market
Infographics: Trade
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Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 3
Dewey Number 331.12-658.5
Lexile 510L-850L
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level T-V
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Format Reinforced book
Copyright 2023
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions 8.25 x 8.25
Graphics Full-color illustrations, Full-color photographs

Booklist Review of Econo-Graphics Jr.

The Econo-Graphics Jr. series (8 new titles) introduces foundational economic concepts with an emphasis on infographics. Short, straightforward text passages begin each chapter to explain the main topic and related terms. A variety of full- and double-page infographics with crisp designs and real-world examples follow these text passages to illustrate and reinforce their concepts. Inflation describes how supply, consumer demand, and the cost of raw materials and wages all influence inflation as well as indices that measure it. ach series installment incorporates timely references to COVID-19 and how it impacted the economy (especially the toilet-paper shortage!). A culminating activity allows readers to test out the volume’s economic theories while a concluding resource list lets them seek out related books and websites. An attractive and user-friendly approach to studying economics.