If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?
Is it wrong to cheat on a test if everybody else is doing it? If your sister makes you promise not to tell that she's doing something wrong, should you tell your parents? Is it all right to make fun of someone else because the other kids are doing it? If your best friends are fighting, should you pick sides?
It's never too early to begin talking with our children about values or to help them define and develop their code of moral conduct. The twenty-five situations presented in If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? and the thought-provoking questions at the end of each story can serve as a valuable foundation to help you talk with your child about important moral and social issues.
This enjoyable book will guide children through everyday problems and instill in them a sense of responsibility for their own actions.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LainaBourgeois - LibraryThing
This is a book that helps young students learn about what to do and what not to do in certain life situations. This could be very helpful for students going through a certain hard time, or to just maybe help out with moral questions. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - booo2893 - LibraryThing
-No Award -4th-6th -This book is about teaching lessons about telling the truth and teaching them values. -This book is a great book to teach kids how to make decisions on your own. I would have kids ... Read full review
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