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by Ann D. Johnson

Download Value of Caring ePub
  • ISBN 0307699587
  • ISBN13 978-0307699589
  • Language English
  • Author Ann D. Johnson
  • Publisher Goldencraft (October 1, 1981)
  • Formats azw lrf rtf txt
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1263 kb
  • Size Fb2 1879 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 379


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Each book gives a simplified, fictionalized biographical story of a historical figure which teaches a positive character trait . Each family should be reading these Johnson Value Tales to their children.

Each book gives a simplified, fictionalized biographical story of a historical figure which teaches a positive character trait every child should learn. The series includes well known historic figures like Benjamin Franklin (Saving), Abraham Lincoln (Respect), Mother Teresa (Humilty) and Beethove (Giving), but also lesser known individuals like Cochise (Truth & Trust), Margaret Mead (Understanding), Ralph Bunche (Responsibilty) and Jackie Robinson (Courage). These are real people, people you can talk about when you are discussing history, science, medicine, etc.

all of the Value Tales are wonderful. I grew up reading this series by written by Dr. Spencer Johnson and Ann Donegan Johnson, and illustrated by Stephen Pileggi (45 books total from 1977 to 1997). This tells about Ludwig Van Beethoven, beginning with his childhood and covering the abuse he took from his harsh father who thought of him as a way to bring in money from his boy's talent. It covers Beethoven's relationship with his grandpa, his moodiness, his deafness. Each book gives a simplified, fictionalized biographical story of a historical figure which teaches a positive character trait every child should learn.

Redirected from Value Tales). ValueTales is a series of simple biographical children's books published primarily by the now-defunct Value Communications, Inc. in La Jolla, California. The forty-three books were written by Dr. Spencer Johnson and Ann Donegan Johnson, and illustrated by Stephen Pileggi.

The people of Johnson & Johnson are about changing the trajectory of health for humanity. For us, this is a calling and not just a business. A calling that we put our pioneering science, human ingenuity and whole hearts into-and have for 130 years. We started this long before the word citizenship was fashionable. Throughout our company’s history, we’ve been guided by our founding principles of citizenship and Our Credo Our CredoThe values that guide our h compel us to put people first. Today, the world is our community. And our citizenship is on a global stage.

ISBN 9780307699589 (978-0-307-69958-9) Hardcover, Goldencraft, 1981. Find signed collectible books: 'Value of Caring'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Ann D. Johnson at LibraryThing.

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Illustrated by. Stephen Pileggi. Children & Young Adult Non-Fiction Books. ValueTales: The Value of Sharing : The Story of the Mayo Brothers by Spencer Johnson (1978, Hardcover). Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Пользователи, купившие этот товар, также приобрели.

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heart of sky
Love this series of books. I have been reading them to my children and now grandchildren since 1978. I look forward to completing my collection. by the way, why is the one on Jacques Cousteau so darned pricey?
Burgas
This is really good for everyone, not only suitable for children. It is valuable to read it with your family.
Dianantrius
In this installment of the ValueTales series, Ann Donegan Johnson helps us appreciate caring by examining the life of Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962).

The book introduces us to a happy woman named Eleanor who sometimes felt shy. She found that she was less lonely when she did things for other people who needed her help. She helped her husband so well with his political career that he became the president of the United States. While she lived in the White House, Eleanor found even more opportunities to help children, soldiers and many other people in the country. After her husband died, Eleanor dedicated her life to helping people around the world.

Like other books in the ValueTales series, this book uses a real-life person to exemplify an important value. It is suitable for reading by children in the later elementary school grades. A "Historical Facts" section at the book's end summarizes Eleanor Roosevelt's life in a single-page bio form suitable for adults.

Closing quote: "Show that you care for others by doing loving things to make them happy, and they will return your love. Then you can be happier too, like our wonderfully caring friend, Eleanor Roosevelt." (p. 62)
Otiel
I read this to my daughter over 30 years ago and now I can read it to my four year old granddaughter. Book was just as advertised.