Description - What would you do?: Family: Moral dilemmas for kids by Jana Mohr Lone

- Should you ignore your parents' rules if you don't agree with them?

- Should you attend a family gathering if you don't want to go?

- Should you speak up if you disagree with a grandparent's opinion?

This fun children's book gives six real-life moral dilemmas that children might face and asks the readers to consider the pros and cons for possible resolutions. It gives readers lots to think about but, in the end, asks the child 'What would YOU do?', leaving the ultimate decision to them. It will help children to gain independent-thinking and decision-making skills.

The situations have been tested in classrooms to ensure the examples and resolutions are age-appropriate. There are notes for parents and teachers at the back of each book.

The author, Jana Mohr Lone, is Executive Director of Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO), an affiliate faculty in philosophy at the University of Washington. Jana has been leading philosophy sessions with students from preschool to graduate school for over 25 years.

The What Would You Do? series teaches children about values and behaviour, encouraging empathy for others, respect and responsibility while developing their critical thinking and decision-making skills.

Read the other titles in the series: Bravery, Fairness, Friendship, Honesty, Community and the Environment.

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