November 30, 2012

Gift Idea - Books of Responsibility + a 6 Book Set Giveaway

Kik is hard to buy for right now, as her reading level is quite advanced for her age but she still needs age appropriate material.

Gift Idea - Books of Responsibility



About - Students establish a rich foundation for social-emotional development, habits of good character, and a strong feeling of connection to their school with this appealing series. Packed with positive messages and vibrant images, this 16-title series features more than 60 stories from around the world. Students’ appreciation for our world’s many cultures will deepen as they relate to and learn from memorable characters, authentic storylines, and significant lessons. To accommodate the different reading styles and needs in the classroom, the series is conveniently available in hardbound for independent or guided reading or in a lap book size for read aloud, collaborative, or modeled reading.

These books are fun as they take short stories from different cultures, and incorporate them into one book to teach a certain lesson or portray a certain theme.  For example, the stories of courage book features the following stories
  • The Brave Mice (Greece)
  • The Honest Thumb ( Yoruba of Nigeria)
  • The Elephant and the Ant ( India)
  • The Great White Condor ( Bolivia: Aymaran Indians)
Together all of the stories teach readers about the importance of courage in facing life's difficulties.

To Buy -  There are 16 books available in the series, each featuring valuable lessons and fun cultural stories.  The Books of Responsibility retail for 9.95 each and can be purchased online at YoungPeoplesPress.com.

To Win -  They are giving a 6 Book Set to one of you.  Open to US - No PO Boxes

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24 comments:

  1. I love the books! One title is Stories of Forgiveness.

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  2. Nice books!! I love them!!! I would love stories of sharing!!

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  3. Stories of Hard Work. These books would make an AWESOME addition to our homeschool library.

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  4. SHERRIE C. ON RAFFLECOPTER

    Stories of Kindness. These sound like wonderful books with a great message :)

    callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  5. Stories of Wisdom
    Thanks
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  6. Stories of Cooperation

    Kkrasowski at comcast dot net

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  7. michelle gilliland mcafeeDecember 12, 2012 at 11:06 PM

    I like Stories of Cooperation.

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  8. i like the one titled stories of fairness

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  9. I like the Stories of Hardwork.

    My Name: Heather Abbe
    My Email: abbegirl1977 at gmail dot com

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  10. Stories of Patience

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  11. Stories of Sharing :)
    Nichole2577 at aol dot com

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  12. One title is Stories of Wisdom.

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  13. Stories of Helpfulness sounds nice. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  14. The story of Loyalty-- awesome hu?

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