Blessed partner to a great guy, and mama to 4 amazing kids. Unfortunate target of an irrationally angry IRL stalker.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned. ~ Buddha
Like that only I wanted to see if there were others I might like instead.
The format is accessible. They are small books, with a few sentences on one page and a cartoon picture with dialogue on the other side. Each book has an animal that provides comic relief in the form of thought bubbles in the cartoons.
We read some things from Book of Virtues too.
My son was 8 and in 2nd grade last year and in Jan we started Boyhood and Beyond and I really like it. I think by the end of the book some of the topics will be beyond him, but so far so good.
I also just bought Plants Grown Up on Amazon, but I haven't dug into it too deeply.
Mama to 10 so far:Mother of Joey (23), Dominick (15), Abigail (13), Angelo (10), Mylee (8), Delainey (6), Colton (4), ID girls Dahniella and Nicolette (2 in July), and Baby 10 coming sometime in July 2015.
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If evolution were true, mothers would have three arms!
Books That Build Character: A Guide to Teaching Your Child Moral Values Through Stories by William Kilpatrick
What Stories Does my son need?: A Guide to Books and Movies that Build Character in Boys by Michael Gurian
Core Virtues : A Literature-Based Program in Character Education
by Mary Beth Klee
If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? by Sandra McLeod Humphrey (this one is part of a serise ...)
Tending the Heart of Virtue: How Classic Stories Awaken a Child's Moral Imagination by Vigen Guroian
The Book Tree: A Christian Reference for Children's Literature by Elizabeth McCallum
Jessica, wife of Marc and Momma to Nikolai (10) and Nathaniel (9) and Olivia (3).