Nobody Knows How to Make a Pizza by Julie Borowski
Did you know there's not a single person on Earth who has the skills and knowledge to make something as deceptively simple as a cheese pizza? It takes millions of people, all with specialized skills – and what’s more, there are no central planners or people managing the process. So how do they do it?
Written by economics commentator Julie Borowski, Nobody Knows How to Make a Pizza draws inspiration from Leonard E. Read’s classic economic essay I, Pencil. With a fun and engaging approach to economic concepts, this book is the perfect way to teach children about the world of economics.
Taking complex ideas such as the division of labor, the invisible hand, and spontaneous order and framing them in a way that kids can easily understand, Nobody Knows How to Make a Pizza is a fascinating and eye-opening book which revolutionizes the way children will look at the world. This book is:
- Packed with cute and entertaining illustrations
- Ideal for children ages 3 to 8
- Approaches economics in a simple, easy-to-understand way
- And a must-have for parents who want to instill a love of learning in their children