What does it mean to be a good citizen? What can kids do to become one? In this book, beginning readers will learn how they can help out to make their community a better place!
Helpful people make life easier! From doing chores to carrying groceries, there are many ways to help people around you. Beginning readers can learn about being helpful, from benefits to examples for everyday life in this informative title.
It can be tempting to tell a white lie to avoid getting in trouble. But what would that tell others about the type of person you are? This title for early readers explores the benefits and results of being honest, and how readers can show their character in everyday life!
Kindness is one of the top traits we look for in friends. What makes this quality so important? What happens when we aren’t kind? Young readers can explore this meaning of this virtue and learn how to exhibit it themselves in this helpful title.
How do we show respect to one another? It might be as easy as listening carefully or having good manners. This book teaches early readers about being respectful and how important it is to our lives and relationships.
Sometimes doing the right thing might seem boring. Why do homework when video games are much more fun? Beginning readers will learn all about the importance of responsibility and how they can be responsible, too, in this low-level title.
On June 19, 1865 – two years after the Emancipation Proclamation – Galveston, Texas became the last place in the country to learn the slaves were free. Today, Juneteenth is a joyful occasion with parades, speeches, music, and more! This engaging book teaches the fascinating origins and traditions of Juneteenth, honoring the freedom of African Americans.
This title for young readers describes the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. Through peaceful protests and education, King’s leadership cleared the path for the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. Every third Monday of January, citizens of the United States recognize the leader’s mission of equality for all on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.