Description - Books That Build Character by William Kilpatrick
Reading is one of the most effective ways to combat moral illiteracy and build a child's character. This book, featuring evaluations of more than 300 books for children - is designed to help parents and teachers find the best books available for teaching moral values. The books are divided into categories ranging from fables and fairytales through historical and contemporary fiction, history and biography to sacred text and books for holidays. Within each category the short, to-the-point summaries are organized by age groups.
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(214mm x 140mm x 30mm)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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Book Reviews - Books That Build Character by William Kilpatrick
Author Biography - William Kilpatrick
WILLIAM KILPATRICK, Professor of Education at Boston College, is the author of four previous books, including Why Johnny Can't Tell Right from Wrong, and is a frequent lecturer to university and parent audiences. Gregory and Suzanne M. Wolfe created The Golden Key, an award-winning children's book catalogue. Gregory Wolfe is editor and publisher of Image: A Journal of the Arts & Religion. Suzanne M. Wolfe is at work on her first novel.