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Being Honest
This title covers these subjects: Character., Conduct of life., Honesty.
Being Honest
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Being Honest

Being honest with others is important, because when you are honest, people trust you. Sometimes telling a lie may seem like the easy thing to do, but it is never the right thing to do. What are some ways you can be honest?

Reading LevelGrades K-2
Interest LevelGrades K-2
Lexile Level500L
ATOS Level2.1
AR Points2.1
AR Quiz #235798
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Count24
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database - Carlee Hallman

"Honesty is defined with words and ten situations as examples. “Honest people do not tell lies, cheat, or steal. Honest people can be trusted.” A few hand-lettered lines per spread explain the circumstance with heavier print for the conclusion. “Sam’s father asks him if he has done his homework. Sam says he has not finished it yet. Sam is being honest.” The picture shows Sam on the sofa with the television on. Breaking a vase, finding a purse, keeping eyes on your own paper at school, and telling the babysitter the real bedtime are common childhood situations in which children should be honest. Brightly colored acrylic drawings outlined in black show children in their normal habitats of home, school, and neighborhood. This book is a part of the “Way to Be!” series. An index, a list of books for further information, and a FactHound web site are included. This is an “Accelerated Reading” book. The concept is clearly presented for the age group. This is a good book for discussion with parents and in the classroom." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database

January 1, 2008