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A Financial Literacy Book for Children Written
by Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche
Happy Birthday Mali More is a beautifully illustrated book and is the first in its series. Through its main character, Mali, it teaches children pre-financial education lessons like math, counting, numbers, matching, rhyming, less vs. more, giving, sharing, service and community.
It's Mali's sixth birthday and she's excited! As more and more guests arrive, so do more and more gifts. But when her presents start to push her guests out of the house, Mali has to learn some important lessons about the things that matter most. Mali, along with her Mom, Dad, little brother Malcolm, and her pet bunny Winnie make for a fun and educational reading experience for both kids and adults.
Author of Happy Birthday Mali More
Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche is America's favorite personal financial educator (thebudgetnista.com). Through her Live Richer Movement, she's helped over 1 Million women save, manage, and pay off millions of dollars. A former teacher for ten years with a Master's degree in Education, Tiffany was instrumental in getting The Budgetnista Law (A1414) passed in January 2019, making financial education mandatory for middle school students in New Jersey.
Illustrator of Happy Birthday Mali More
Jaz McDaniel (@JazMcDaniel) is a freelance artist, animator, and art educator. Shortly after graduating college, he joined a small animation team that produced an animated holiday special that aired regionally in the United States. He later continued his journey as a freelance artist designing logos, developing animated shorts, and illustrating kids' books for various clients. Jaz not only illustrates, but he also animates!
Art Director of Happy Birthday Mali More
Rehana Lewis (@rehmainhome) is an interior designer and adjunct professor of architectural design by trade but will design anything she can get her hands on. She is the Creative Director for various brands, books, and projects. Rehana lives in the historic neighborhood of Forest Hill in Newark, NJ, with her husband, daughter, bulldog Henri, and two cats Boots and Gordie.