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28 Feb 2021

Coin Collecting for Kids By Steve Otfinoski - Book Review

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Coin collecting for kids gives ideas as to how a kid can search, save, and learn about the different U.S. coins. It has a section that tours the U.S. mints, and we can learn about how coins are being made in the mint. The book includes slots to accommodate the entire $1 Presidential Coins collection and Westward Journey nickel series, along with all 50 state quarters, and the historical pennies, dimes, nickels, and specialty dollars.The book has a section on historical facts that is interesting. On each slot it lists the state's nickname, motto, flower, and bird. Something to note is that there is no space for the $1 Sacagawea coin though.

This is a good book for kids to get motivated to start with the Numismatics hobby. Overall, the book is informative. The provision of coin slots as part of the book is encouraging for a beginner to start collecting coins.



Level 5

That sounds like a cool book!

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Glad there are resources for younger folks starting out


Level 6

Sounds great for the kids! Thanks for the review! ; )


Level 4

I am almost 10 now. And that sounds very cool.


Level 6

Not a bad idea. Thanks.


Level 5

Coin slots are a nice addition. Thanks for the review.


Level 7

Sounds good for the kids!!!

It's Mokie

Level 6

I like the coin slot idea, that is definitely a way to encourage the young potential numismatist. Thanks for sharing.


Level 5

Very nice. Will look into these books. Thanks


Level 5

Wow, that sounds like a great all-inclusive informative holder! Thanks for sharing! I might purchase one for my cousin.

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