Irecently took my 4-year-old to see Paw Patrol: The Movie.
He's a big fan of the TV show, and as the youngest of my three kiddos, little Beck tends to get less of Dad's time and attention than his older siblings. It was our first "just-the-two-of-us" movie; so I grabbed us a couple blue slushies and a small mountain of buttered popcorn to watch this movie about a boy named Ryder who leads a crew of heroic "search and rescue" puppies in a land named Adventure Bay.
I wasn't exactly excited to see the movie, to be honest. To my surprise, however, Paw Patrol is a pretty good flick, and I couldn't help but notice the story has a not inconspicuous message that tells an important and timeless economic lesson.
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