Educational comics are the pathway that Central Bank takes when it comes to educating the masses on financial literacy. The series is titled 'Mani and the Moni Kids,' where Mani is a superhero-type character who boasts a coin for a face and a bill for an outfit. The two kids are named Penny and Junior.
There are four of Central Bank's educational comics. The first one takes the reader on a "guided tour of the [institution]" and teaches the children about inflation and what it entails. The second book covers the topic of counterfeit money, while the third introduces the concept of financial literacy. The final in the round-up of educational comics by Central Bank talks about contemporary banking and how banks make a profit.
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Central Bank's 'Mani and the Mini Kids' are Educational Comics
- By: Kalina NedelchevaMay 21, 2019