A Boy's Guide to Making Really Good Choices

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Harvest House Publishers, Oct 1, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages

It’s never too early to give young boys a resource that will help them learn the skills for making right choices in life. A Boy’s Guide to Making Really Good Choices is designed to help boys ages 8-12 learn how to think through their options, realize the possible consequences, and develop good decision-making skills.

In this book, Jim George uses helpful stories and illustrations to walk boys through the kinds of choices they are likely to face each day—choices to...

  • listen to their parents
  • do their best in school, sports, and activities
  • select friends with care
  • be kind to siblings and others
  • help out at home and use good manners

Through the use of real-life scenarios, Jim George equips boys to build good character—the kind that will stay with them for life and honor God’s standards.

 

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User Review  - hill - Christianbook.com

So glad I bought this book for my 9 year old. He sometimes doesn't make the best choices or doesn't react the way he should in situations. We are doing this together one chapter at a time and he seems to be getting a lot out of it. Hopefully when we are done we see some positive changes. Read full review

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User Review  - j2c2000 - Christianbook.com

an excellent tool for teaching boys about good choices Read full review

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Jim George and his wife, Elizabeth George, are Christian authors and speakers. Jim, author of A Husband After God’s Own Heart (a Gold Medallion finalist) and The Bare Bones BibleHandbook, has MDiv and ThM degrees from Talbot Theological Seminary. He has served in various pastoral roles for 25 years and on The Master’s Seminary staff for ten years. Jim and Elizabeth have two married daughters and are grandparents.

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