A Child’s Picture Book of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. In 2002, a revolutionary piece of legislation completely changed the face of accounting in the United States. Yet, incredibly, until now there has been no comprehensive examination of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act aimed specifically at children under the age of twelve. Now, at last, Dr. Boli rectifies this glaring omission in the publishing world. A Child’s Picture Book of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is aimed at children who have exhausted the resources of the more general accounting picture-books and wish to have specific information about Sarbanes-Oxley in a visual form. Enchanting illustrations bring auditor independence, corporate responsibility, and enhanced financial disclosures to vivid life. The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is represented as a friendly cartoon squirrel. 8vo, 352 pp.


  1. Jared says:

    I, for one, am appalled at the continued politicization of children’s literature. McGuffey Readers were good enough for generations of children and they should be good enough for the youth of today as well.

    Where will it end? Children’s books are supposed to be about puppies and kittens and the justness of the imperial cause, not forcing Sarbanes-Oxley down the throats of impressionable preschoolers or telling them that enhanced financial disclosure is normal. These are conversations that should take place in the home, if at all.

    Also, the better works on the subject represent the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) as a precocious raccoon. Kirkus recommends “Peek-a-Boo, PCAOB” as the genre’s urtext.

  2. Sean says:

    Perhaps it was published in conjunction with Dr. Dobson and Focus on the Family in order to help parents discuss these sensitive matters.

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