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What is Right?

What is Right?
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36
Pages: 
36
Average: 5 (1 vote)
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Presents children and students with various situations to consider in making choices and decisions when confronted by difficult social and ethical circumstances.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
Categories: Educational
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: children, books, learning, society, choice
Date Added: March 6, 2013
What Is Right B y E tan Bo r i t ze r I l lu s t ra ted b y G raham Sa le What Is Right Copyright by Etan Boritzer All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without the written permission of the Publisher Fourth Printing VLB Veronica Lane Books wwwveronicalanebookscom email etanveronicalanebookscom Lincoln Blvd Ste Los Angeles CA USA TelFax  Intl  Library of Congress CatalogingInPublication Data Boritzer Etan What Is Right Library of Congress Catalog Card Number SUMMARY Presents children and students with various situations to consider in making choices and decisions when confronted by difficult social and ethical circumstances ISBN Hardbound ISBN Paperback  Ethics Moral Decision Making  Juvenile Literature Children Conduct of Lie Juvenile Literature I Sale Graham W hat is Right If you and your friend walk down the street on a hot sunny day and you see an orange tree with lots of big juicy oranges growing in your neighbor s yard and some of the oranges are hanging over the fence into the street is it right to take a few oranges for yourself Well there are a lot of oranges and it is a hot sunny day and there is nobody else around so is it right to take a few oranges for yourself or not W hat is Right Grownups have a lot of rules sometimes grownup rules are called laws and these rules are supposed to tell us what is right and what is not right But how do grownups come up with all these rules Where did the first rule come from And anyway what is the first rule Where did your Mom or Dad or your teachers learn what is right And do your Mom or Dad or teachers always know and do what is right How can we ever know the answer to this big big question What is Right