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The Richest Man in Babylon (The Success Secrets of the Ancients - the Most Inspiring Book on Wealth Ever Written)
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Big match writing from the best in the game... From the Inside Flap n/a From the Back Cover Front: Tom and Jerry surprise a talent scout, Billy tells tall stories about his footballing grandfather, Katy tries out for England and Raphael suspects his coach of murder� It�s all going on at Shelby Town! The editor�s and authors� royalties from the sale of this book have been donated to the National Literacy Trust Cover illustration by Mark Long 978-1-4063-3261-2 �7.99 UK ONLY Available as an eBook About the Author Tom Watt is best known as Lofty from EastEnders, a role he played for three years in the 1980s. Since then he has appeared in West End hits, national tours and films that include Patriot Games, Sherlock Holmes and Small Island. Tom now primarily writes and broadcasts about football and has written extensively for The Observer, The Times, The Daily Mail, The Evening Standard and The Sportsman as well as fronting a weekly phone-in show for Arsenal TV and participating regularly in Radio 5's Fighting Talk. Most recently he wrote A Beautiful Game: Football Through the Eyes of the World's Greatest Players and ghostwrote David Beckham's million-selling autobiography My Side as well as devising a football-based literary and numeracy resource for schools entitled The Jags. Tom lives with his wife and son in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Return to Product Overview
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Author George S. Clason Publisher Penguin USA, New edition edition (1 January 2002) Language English Number of Pages 208 Dimensions 10.8 x 1.3 x 19.2 cm Binding Paperback
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Providing financial wisdom through parables, The Richest Man In Babylon was originally a set of pamphlets, written by the author and distributed by banks and insurance companies. These pamphlets were later bundled together, giving birth to a book. The protagonist of the story is Arkad, who has managed to become Babylon's richest man. All financial wisdom in the book is dispensed through his narration. The importance of savings is conveyed through a conversation between Arkad and two of his childhood friends, Bansir, a skilled chariot builder and Kobbi, a gifted musician. Through a directive of the King of Babylon, Arkad goes on to teach people how to be rich and provides seven tips for the same. Conveying some important facets of financial health, the story moves on to state how one can get the benevolence of the Goddess of Luck. The story then moves on to another narrator or protagonist, a man named Old Kalabab. He gives out wisdom on the Five Laws of Gold or the way to hold on to wealth and knowledge. He also tells the readers how money can slip away if one doesn't pay attention. The story dispels knowledge through a maze of characters and covers other aspects like paying of credit and importance of determination. It also emphasizes on the limitations that one should set while helping others and the importance of caution. The Richest Man In Babylon was published as a mass-market paperback by Penguin USA in 2002. Key Features:
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