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Rich Dad Poor Dad Books In Order (Full List)

Rich Dad Poor Dad is a series of 13 books by Robert T. Kiyosaki. The first book published in the series is Rich Dad, Poor Dad in 1997. Here is a complete list of Rich Dad Poor Dad books in order.

Last update: January 11, 2024

1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad (1997)

"In school we learn that mistakes are bad, and we are punished for making them. Yet, if you look at the way humans are designed to learn, we learn by making mistakes. We learn to walk by falling down. If we never fell down, we would never walk."

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki unveils unconventional financial wisdom through personal anecdotes, contrasting the financial lessons of two father figures. This book offers valuable insights on achieving financial independence and reshaping one's mindset about money's true purpose.

  • πŸ“‡ 195 Pages
  • πŸ“ 48,750 - 58,500 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 7 Hours Reading Time

2. Rich Dad's Guide To Investing (2000)

"It’s not what we say out loud that determines our lives. It’s what we whisper to ourselves that has the most power."

In "Rich Dad's Guide to Investing," legendary author Robert T. Kiyosaki shares essential strategies to help readers break free from financial struggles, build long-term wealth, and navigate the complex world of investing with confidence and wisdom.

  • πŸ“‡ 384 Pages
  • πŸ“ 96,000 - 115,200 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 13 Hours Reading Time

3. Rich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich (2002)

"There are business and investment opportunities coming that will create bigger fortunes than the automobile did for Henry Ford, oil did for John D. Rockefeller, computers did for Bill Gates, and the Internet did for the young founders of Yahoo, Google, and Facebook."

In "Rich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich," Robert T. Kiyosaki shares his perspectives on creating financial freedom through investing and entrepreneurship, offering valuable insights and strategies to help readers retire comfortably and achieve their dreams.

  • πŸ“‡ 383 Pages
  • πŸ“ 95,750 - 114,900 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 13 Hours Reading Time

4. The Business School For People Who Like Helping People (2003)

"The idea of being aware of whom you spend your time with and who your teachers are is a very important consideration."

In "The Business School For People Who Like Helping People," Robert T. Kiyosaki explores the transformative power of entrepreneurship in uplifting communities. With practical insights and inspiring anecdotes, Kiyosaki offers a roadmap for building successful businesses while making a positive impact on society.

  • πŸ“‡ 136 Pages
  • πŸ“ 34,000 - 40,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 5 Hours Reading Time

5. Rich Dad's Who Took My Money? (2004)

"The word, can't, makes strong people weak, blinds people who can see, saddens happy people, turns brave people into cowards, robs a genius of their brilliance, causes rich people to think poorly, and limits the achievements of that great person living inside us all."

In "Rich Dad's Who Took My Money?", Robert T. Kiyosaki tackles the essential topic of how to protect and grow your wealth amidst changing financial landscapes, shedding light on the strategies necessary to navigate the complexities of money management.

  • πŸ“‡ 243 Pages
  • πŸ“ 60,750 - 72,900 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 8 Hours Reading Time

6. Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens (2004)

"A genius is someone who excels at something. But a genius isn’t necessarily good at everything. In fact, a genius usually has a special ability in one area while being pretty average in others."

"Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens" is a financial guidebook for young adults, written by renowned author Robert T. Kiyosaki. This engaging and easy-to-understand read provides essential lessons on money management, entrepreneurship, and building a successful financial future.

  • πŸ“‡ 132 Pages
  • πŸ“ 33,000 - 39,600 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 4 Hours Reading Time

7. Rich Dad's Prophecy (2004)

"If you have a million dollars in savings, earning $20,000 from 2-percent taxable interest rate, and you earn more than $65,000 as a single person or $110,000 as a couple a year, that $20,000 will be taxed at approximately 30 percent, leaving you an effective return from your million dollars of about $14,000. That equates to an effective return of 1.4 percent before inflation."

In "Rich Dad's Prophecy," Robert T. Kiyosaki explores the impending economic crisis and offers insightful advice on how to survive and thrive in the face of uncertainty. A thought-provoking read that challenges traditional financial wisdom and provides a roadmap for financial independence.

  • πŸ“‡ 286 Pages
  • πŸ“ 71,500 - 85,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 10 Hours Reading Time

8. Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job (2005)

"They were looking to climb the corporate ladder, whereas I wanted to build and own corporate ladders."

In "Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job," Robert T. Kiyosaki expertly guides readers through the essential considerations and strategies necessary to transition from the security of a steady paycheck to the freedom and independence of entrepreneurship.

  • πŸ“‡ 304 Pages
  • πŸ“ 76,000 - 91,200 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 10 Hours Reading Time

9. Rich Dad's Increase Your Financial Iq (2008)

"One of the reasons people don't develop their genius is because they are lazy."

In "Rich Dad's Increase Your Financial IQ", Robert T. Kiyosaki provides invaluable insights and practical advice to help readers harness their financial intelligence, uncover the secrets to building wealth, and navigate the complex world of money with confidence.

  • πŸ“‡ 240 Pages
  • πŸ“ 60,000 - 72,000 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 8 Hours Reading Time

10. Rich Dad's Success Stories (2009)

"If you want to achieve financial security, you'll need to learn the game of money."

In "Rich Dad's Success Stories," Robert T. Kiyosaki shares powerful anecdotes of individuals who transformed their lives by embracing financial wisdom and creating lasting wealth. A motivating and insightful book that enlightens readers on the path to financial independence.

  • πŸ“‡ 288 Pages
  • πŸ“ 72,000 - 86,400 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 10 Hours Reading Time

11. Rich Dad's Rich Kid, Smart Kid (2009)

"Money does not make you happy. Never think that you will be happy when you get rich. If you are not happy while getting rich, chances are you will not be happy when you do get rich. So whether you are rich or poor, make sure you are happy."

"Rich Dad's Rich Kid, Smart Kid" by Robert T. Kiyosaki is a practical guide for parents to raise financially intelligent and independent children. Filled with invaluable lessons and strategies, this book empowers families to foster a lifelong love for learning and financial success.

  • πŸ“‡ 288 Pages
  • πŸ“ 72,000 - 86,400 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 10 Hours Reading Time

12. Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant (2012)

"You will never know true freedom until you achieve financial freedom."

In "Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant," acclaimed author Robert T. Kiyosaki explores how individuals can transcend financial dependence and achieve financial freedom by transitioning from the employee and self-employed quadrants to the coveted realms of business ownership and investments.

  • πŸ“‡ 376 Pages
  • πŸ“ 94,000 - 112,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 13 Hours Reading Time

13. Rich Dad's Guide To Becoming Rich Without Cutting Up Your Credit Cards (2015)

"You can become rich by marrying someone for his or her money. But we all know the price of that."

In his acclaimed book, "Rich Dad's Guide to Becoming Rich Without Cutting Up Your Credit Cards," Robert T. Kiyosaki shares invaluable insights on achieving financial freedom by leveraging your assets effectively, provoking a paradigm shift in traditional money management approaches.

  • πŸ“‡ 96 Pages
  • πŸ“ 24,000 - 28,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 3 Hours Reading Time