We expect our children to “do the right thing,” but many a times, they are left wondering what that right thing is. “Never tell a lie,” sounds great, but what about when it brushes against “always keep your word,” in the case of a teenager who has promised to keep a secret for a friend. Which “right” wins in that case? These are dilemmas that are not questions of right vs. wrong, but of right vs. right. Each side seems to have a strong moral case to it, at least from child's point of view. That's where we need to be careful
This book tries to help children reason their own way through ethical problems. To keep the content of the book engaging and make children’s mind ticking with important questions, every chapter is a good blend of beautiful illustrations and well-written explanations about all the “right vs right” cases.