What do you do if you find someone’s wallet? Return it or take the money? An honest person would do the right thing. People who are honest are truthful toward others and themselves. Telling the truth is an important skill that should be developed in children but is applicable to all ages. This is the fourth book in the Becoming a Better You! series, which strives to highlight character traits that help readers reach their potential and make a positive impact in the world.
Great for as young as 4 years old!
32 page picture book with full color illustrations.
About the Becoming a Better You! series:
Create positive character! This delightful and engaging five-book series is appropriate for the very young reader as well as readers in upper elementary. Books in this series deal with confidence, respect, empathy, honesty, and gratefulness. Relatable situations for each character trait are highlighted in each book. The full-color illustrations are fun, kid-friendly, and highly engaging. Each book includes reader reflections and tips for parents, teachers, and caregivers to create positive characters skills in their children. All five books in the Becoming a Better You! series (Are You Confident Today?, Are You Respectful Today?, Are You Empathetic Today?, Are You Honest Today?, and Are You Grateful Today?) have won a Mom’s Choice Gold Medal in Juvenile Books [Level 1—Ages 5 to 8]: Inspirational/Motivational.
See our new Every Day Is A Character Day Activity Book for activities for Are You Honest Today? that align with Common Core Standards and Social Emotional Learning Standards.
A proud product of the High 5 for Character store.