Young people need guidance from caring adults to build strong, positive character traitsabut they can also build their own. This book by the best-selling author of The Kidas Guide to Social Action invites children and teens to explore and practice honesty, kindness, empathy, integrity, tolerance, patience, respect, and more. Quotations and background information set the stage. Dilemmas challenge readers to think about, discuss, and debate positive traits. Activities invite them to explore what they stand for at school, at home, and in their communities. True stories profile real kids who exemplify positive traits; resources point the way toward character-building books, organizations, programs, and Web sites.Of course, by then your friend has grown weary of waiting for you. ... You have a vague idea that being a chemical engineer is somewhere out there in your future. You might ... Youa#39;ll need to do some research to discover the best colleges and universities to apply to and what kinds of scholarships might be available to you.
|Title||:||What Do You Stand For? For Teens|
|Author||:||Barbara A. Lewis|
|Publisher||:||Free Spirit Publishing - 2005-11-15|