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Lucas Remmerswaal is a man on a mission - a mission to change the way a whole generation approaches its finances. But how does a Whangarei investment adviser and father-of-six plan on doing that? By writing children's books inspired by the ideas and principles of American billionaire investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett - the world's third wealthiest man. Remmerswaal is in the process of producing an illustrated book for five-year-olds, another for 12 year-olds and a teaching aid for parents and teachers. It's a big dream - Buffett is bombarded by hundreds of unsolicited emails and calls every day, and has a loyal personal assistant whose job mostly involves fending off unwanted inquiries. But Remmerswaal hopes the books will help avoid another global financial crisis.

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Lucas Remmerswaal is a man on a mission - a mission to change the way a whole generation approaches its finances. But how does a Whangarei investment adviser and father-of-six plan on doing that?

By writing children's books inspired by the ideas and principles of American billionaire investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett - the world's third wealthiest man. Remmerswaal is in the process of producing an illustrated book for five-year-olds, another for 12 year-olds and a teaching aid for parents and teachers.

It's a big dream - Buffett is bombarded by hundreds of unsolicited emails and calls every day, and has a loyal personal assistant whose job mostly involves fending off unwanted inquiries. But Remmerswaal hopes the books will help avoid another global financial crisis. The Buffett project has received high praise from education royalty - national standards specialist Professor John Hattie from the University of Auckland, who met Remmerswaal last week, and viewed the drafts of the books.

He has researched the Omaha, Nebraska-based businessman intensely since the late s. He recently spent a week in Omaha trying to get a meeting with Buffett, to introduce him to the project, but to no avail. Apparently, Buffett doesn't answer his door to strangers. There's nothing particularly strange about Buffett fanaticism.

There are thousands of "disciples" of the so-called "Oracle of Omaha" around the world. The annual shareholder's meeting for his company, Berkshire Hathaway, fills an arena. Despite being one of the richest companies on earth, the offices of Berkshire Hathaway occupy just a single floor of a modest office block in Omaha.

Buffett, renowned for his frugality, employs only a handful of staff. He reportedly gives 85 per cent of his net wealth to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and family charities, and lives in a humble home - not even the biggest in the street - in a suburb of Omaha. Remmerswaal says he has read every chairman's letter Buffett has released since , as well as countless biographies on the billionaire.

There is much to be gained from the information contained in those letters and books, he says, but people are put off reading them because they think they are complicated.

He will again attempt to make contact with Buffett. The clock ticks mercilessly for Remmerswaal - he wants the book to be launched on August 30 to coincide with Buffett's 80th birthday. He has four-and-a-half months to get Buffett, and then Oprah, on board.

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A Northland author who wants New Zealand children to be more financially savvy has gained the backing of his "super hero" US billionaire philanthropist Warren Buffett for his new children's book. Fireball's travels: The door to the temple of wisdom is set to be launched on August 30 at the Whangarei Library. Buffet has given Lucas Remmerswaal, a former Whangarei investment adviser, the approval to use "inspired by Warren Buffet" on the front cover of his book. The author and Italian illustrator Jessica Martinello are planning a series of 13 stories for Fireball to learn the "13 habits" that helped make Warren Buffett his billions.

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