Thursday, 2 June 2022

The Golden Quest: Your Journey to a Rich Life Book Tour



The Golden Quest: Your Journey to a Rich Life


Written by David Delisle

Illustrated by Travis Hanson

Ages 5-18 | 108 Pages

Publisher: David Delisle | ISBN-13: 9781777718909

Publisher’s Synopsis: The Golden Quest is an illustrated adventure about a young boy who embarks on a Hero’s Journey with his dog Shelby to discover the Golden Rules of Money. Along the way, he encounters a dragon, flies on an airship, spots an elusive stone whale, saves an alien, and learns the secret to living a rich life.

The lessons taught are universal and will help children of all ages, from 5 to 95, achieve financial freedom through Money Mindfulness. And don’t worry, there’s no math, budgeting, or complicated charts. Your journey has just begun…




David Delisle is the author of The Golden Quest, a graphic novel that teaches kids about money based on the simple idea of “only buying the awesome stuff” and creating the freedom for what’s most important to YOU. His goal is to teach an entire generation of kids how to live a rich life and he’d love to have you join him in this journey.

You can learn more and order the book at,



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A copy of The Golden Quest: Your Journey to a Rich Life

The Golden Quest: Book Giveaway


The Magickal saving envelopes. I needed a way to make sure my youngest sons birthday this year was Magickal in the money sense as well. I came up with the Magickal money envelopes. A play on the savings envelopes. 


I made sure to save a certain amount needed through some research and my Kiddos likes and wants to do and set to saving. We used many principles within the book to get to our savings goal for each envelope. We kept track of what was spent in each envelope and what was left. I am making a cool memory shadow box so the receipts come in handy for that as well. 

Yours will be different then ours and you may not has as many or may have more. If you have a special event coming up try and save up with Magickal envelopes also. Have fun and decorate them etc. We just got some very vibrant neon paper, I folded then over and glued the sides down and used the cricut to make the letters, but you don't need anything special just make them however you desire.


Per FTC guidelines, I disclose partnership with The Children’s Book Review and David Delisle.

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