Published October 23, 2007
by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
What the book does is give you first hand accounts of what other people did and what other people hope they would do. This is a practical, thought provoking, easy read that will make everyone think. How can we apply Jesus' teachings to violent scenarios?Cited by: 4. In spite of the author's behavior problems that injured others, this book is still a significant contribution to the world, and demonstrates, as many Bible stories do, that people who do a lot of harm can also do a lot of good. It's a complex world, and people are just as complex as the world in which they live/5. May 10, · If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? [Sandra Mcleod Humphrey] on grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Is is wrong to sneak into the movies if your big brother says it's okay? If everybody is cheating on the math test/5(25). "'What Would You Do?' presents 30 separate moral dilemmas, the exploration of which elicits surprisingly nuanced listening and communication skills from children. Even more striking is the depth of critical thinking and analysis kids bring into play as they ponder and respond to these carefully crafted scenarios.
Community Reviews. This book would be appropriate for all ages in elementary school. This book has short vignettes about problems students might run into in their lives. From what to do when an animal is injured, to what to do if you witness a burglary, to what a girl should do after her first menstruation/5. ABC's hidden camera, ethical dilemma series What Would You Do? puts ordinary people on the spot. From bullying to abuse, racial attacks and public humiliation, John Quinones captures people's. Feb 02, · It is a book about not keeping secrets and that secrets will set you free. For someone who has gone through such a dysfunctional situation and been able to /5(16). What Would You Do? (WWYD?) explores the varying answers with the help of hidden cameras capturing individuals who have been placed within seemingly everyday situation that quickly go awry.
My head shrinker recommended Kobi Yamada's other book, What Do You Do With a Problem so I picked this up also and it is so beautiful. The story and illustrations, the message, everything about it. I want to frame every page and plaster it on the walls to remind myself everyday that things like this exist/5. New Book! In this book I want to have an honest conversation about what it really takes to get what you deserve out of life: how to define your worth and stick to it; how to find the courage to take risks–and how to build your backup plan; how to ignore the chattering classes and create your own destiny. This is the latest addition to Kobi Yamada's set of children's books that also includes What Do You Do With an Idea? and What Do You Do With a Problem?. It's a wonderful story about the importance of taking risks even when it's frightening. My favourite quote is, "Then I thought, 'Maybe i don't have to be brave all the time/5. Mar 03, · Dr. Seuss, Philosopher, Asks “What Would You Do?” Picture books are a great way to initiate a philosophical discussion with young children and this site will help you get started. Along with a long list of picture books.