Kathleen Bostrom serves as an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church. She uses her talents both as an award-winning preacher and author of nearly two-dozen books for children. Her books have been nominated for the Gold Medallion Award and the People's Choice Award, and have sold over 1 million copies. Five of her books have been published in ten different languages. She often appears as a popular speaker at conferences and writing workshops. Kathy and her husband serve as Co-Pastors in Wildwood, Illinois, where they live with their three children.
The Value-Able Child: Teaching Values at Home and Schoolby Kathleen Long Bostrom
Parents and teachers can work together to show children the value of having values. The Value-Able Child helps teach 10 important values of cooperation, courage, friendship, honesty, kindness, loyalty, respect, self-control, sharing, and tolerance through hands-on learning. Each value lesson comes with a definition, a letter to parents, activity worksheets, an ongoing group project, role-play exercises, open-ended stories for discussion, finger plays, community activities, journal writing, and suggested reading.
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