Thought-Provoking Fiction


QFR cover

This book was written for young adults who want to flourish financially. It’s a fictional story about how to develop financial intelligence and a strong money mindset.

Discover the four ‘money personality types’ (which one are you?) as teenagers Toni, Eric, Jackson and Brooke attempt to raise funds for a school-organised trip to India. They get there (one way or another), and are stimulated, overwhelmed, discomfited and delighted by the colourful and very different country of India. 

Read Quest For Riches purely as a story (and learn some useful stuff incidentally) or read it as a text by engaging with / responding to the Questions pages (and be entertained as you go).

The Money Mastery for Teens Project was conceived and developed by Camilla Mendoza to address teenagers’ lack of savings and the unsustainable debt many are getting into, and to present the strategies that underpin wealth and prosperity through an entertaining story.

There are lessons here not only about money (and saving and spending and investing/the power of compounding interest) but also about our values, beliefs and family patterns around money, our own personality’s impact on how we relate with money, the value of work in developing character, and our ability to create long-lasting wealth, both financial and experiential.