Federal Reserve Wishes and Rainbows Comic Book Economic of Scarcity 2007 Issue. " This a New 2007 Edition in Excellent Condition " This was opened to take photos and put back in it`s original plastic sleeve. This Will Be a Must For Those Who Understand The Government Agenda.
Wishes and Rainbows (1981) is a promotional comic published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In the underground town of Pebbleton, there is no color. Until a young girl named Roota discovers the surface world and brings color to her town.
Adapted from a story of the same title by Debra Carpenter-Beck. Adapted by Stephen Devaux and Illustrated by Adam Redjinski. 20 pages, color cover with black, white, and color illustrations, 7-in x 10-in.Wishes and Rainbows is for elementary school children and may be read as a simple story, or as an economics teaching tool. Wishes and Rainbows illustrates many economic concepts including scarcity, supply, demand and allocation. There is a teachers guide designed to help teachers bring out these underlying themes. Scarcity is the constant that underlies all economic problems. People, with unlimited wants and needs, live in a world of limited resources. Since there is not enough of most resources to satisfy everyone, all societies face the problem of how to allocate scarce resources. They must choose, among many alternatives, the ways in which to use their scarce resources.
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