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Yes, parents, you can convince kids that money doesn't jump out of bank machines--and Janet Bodnar tells you how.Janet Bodnar, a mother of three and deputy editor ofKiplinger's Personal Finance, has experienced firsthand the increased spending power and financial temptations facing today's children.Using real-life examples from her "Money Smart Kids" column she has written for more than a decade, Bodnar offers creative cures for the grocery-cart "gimmies," plus guidance on how to set up a simple allowance system that works, help kids learn the virtues of working for pay, and how to turn kids onto saving and investing.