A great way to discuss moral issues with your kids
More If You Had to Choose What Would You Do? is the latest in Sandra Humphrey's popular If You Had to Choose series. Teachers, parents and kids have made these books a favorite in classrooms and at home. Enjoy twenty-six new stories to share and discuss with your kids. A great way to get kids thinking and talking about important moral issues and help them rehearse what they might do in those difficult situations before they actually have to do it.
What People Are Saying ...
“This is a MUST read. Sandra Humphrey has honed her writing skills to a sharp edge. More--If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? challenges our young people to reach inside themselves, to ponder, to explore their moral fiber--to examine who they are and who they are becoming.”
“Sandra Humphrey presents very real moral situations in her new book that prepares kids to make responsible choices, and guess who wins? Kids! Parents! All of us!”
“I wish I’d had a book like this when I was a young person growing up. These well-crafted short stories, all open-ended, draw young readers into challenging situations with the invitation to write their own endings. One value for young readers is the fact that all of these stories are based on situations that happen to youngsters everywhere.”
“Sandra Humphrey highlights for kids the kinds of decisions they are called on to make in everyday life. It is not always easy to live what we believe, but her book provides an easy and fun way to give our young people practice in choosing to ‘do the right thing’ in the face of peer pressure and self-interest.”
“Sandra Humphrey has provided a valuable resource for concerned educators, parents, and students. Through a series of well-developed, interesting, and true-to-life scenarios, Ms. Humphrey poses profound questions involving such issues as peer relationships, academic integrity, and personal responsibility. Each piece will facilitate a lively discussion and will help young people assess the potential consequences of their actions. When armed with awareness and knowledge, students will be able to make informed, intelligent choices when confronted with the complex dilemmas of our modern society and through wise decisions achieve happiness and success in both their scholastic and personal lives.”