My name is Amy Beckstead, and I always found ways to make money as a kid. You name it, I did it. For me, there was no limit to what I could do. I once found carnival tickets dumpster-diving for aluminum cans, so I put on a neighborhood carnival. At age nine I ran paper routes. Making money as a kid set me up for life. I learned the ability to work, be a self starter, and appreciate new ideas. I learned at a young age the concepts of work ethic and how to make money. Now, my nieces and nephews come to me to make money. I was motivated to give them many ideas to choose from so they too can make money as a kid. 76 Ways for Kids to Make Money is a book that list seventy-six ways for your kid to make money and includes a brief description of the idea to get them started. Included is a worksheet they can use to analyze each idea and determine if it’s profitable for them.