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Ser digno de confianza/Being Trustworthy
This title covers these subjects: Bilingual books -- English-Spanish., Conduct of life., Trust.
Ser digno de confianza/Being Trustworthy
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Ser digno de confianza/Being Trustworthy

by Mary Small
Illustrated by Stacey Previn

Explains many different ways that children demonstrate trust and be trustworthy.

Reading LevelGrades PreK-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
Lexile Level480L
ATOS Level1.7
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #151036
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Count24
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price



School Library - Ana Rodriguez

"In this series, children are introduced to four character traits. Each book begins with a definition of the featured trait. On each page, a situation shows its application. Andy finds a purse and gives it to the teacher; he is being honest. Students in school keep their eyes on their own test; they are being trustworthy. Nathan shares his toy with his best friend because he cares. And Kyle invites Sarah to play on his baseball team because he knows that she wants to play. The vivid acrylic illustrations make the presentations attractive and give continuity to each spread. Children will enjoy these simple offerings." - School Library

June 23, 2011

Mary Small

Mary Small

Mary Small is a freelance writer who helps leaders of health care organizations communicate with their employees, patients, and communities. She is the author of several children’s books and many magazine articles about medicine and health. Her writing reflects her experience with all kinds of people—all ages, backgrounds, religions, and nationalities. Mary lives in Minnesota and is the mother of a grown son, originally adopted from India.

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