Transcript for 5-year-old author shares her saving and investing tips
Well, something that I found out today, myself, it is absolutely incredible kids day. Did you know that? It is celebrated the third Thursday of every March every year and we have an incredible kid who will join us. Her name is Kennedy O'Neal. She is a 5-year-old author and she has a book called "The adventures of super Kennedy." She's here with her dad and co-author, Chris and Sabrina. Hi. Hey, Kennedy, I see you have your super Kennedy outfit on and can you tell us what your book is about? Teaching kids how to save money. Oh. Very important. Very important lesson. Sabrina, what's the big lesson you're trying to Keach Kennedy about money? Well, not only is it important to earn money and save money but it's also important to help your community and help our churches, so just instill in her those values. That's amazing. I want to of course adad, hey, Chris, this is Lara. I just wanted to ask you. How did Kennedy end up learning from you guys and taking it to the next level and writing a book? Yes, yes, I had my -- I wrote my first book in 2015 and that motivated her. It was called "Done deal" and that motivated her to write her own book and she just -- I asked her what she wanted to do and she said she wanted to teach kids about saving and investing. I said, okay, we put it together and here we are. Hey, Kennedy, what do you want other kids to learn about your book? Kennedy. Yes. Do you have a lesson for other kids? Other kids like to teach kids how to save money. Good lesson. Okay, Kennedy. I have another question for you. What are you going to buy with your money? What are you buying? Toys and houses. Toys and houses. Toys and houses. Kennedy, that is a great answer. Well, Wendy, it's amazing, you're 5 years old and already have other kids in mind and try to help them out and teach them something so we commend you on that. We're going to give you a round of applause. And, Chris and Sabrina, keep it
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