Character Development

Children's Books
Developing Character through Story Hour. Spend time reading and discussing the characters developed through these books.

Caleb and Kate - Book Review star
Caleb and Kate are a husband and wife who love each other very much but sometimes they quarrel and occasionally they use unkind words.

Enemy Pie - Book Review star
Jeremy Ross has moved into the neighborhood. As the new kid in town he will be enemy number one and ruin the whole summer. Luckily, Dad has some good ideas about how to deal with enemies, and the best way is to get rid of them. The solution is to make them an enemy pie

Everybody Prays star
This book is a wonderful introduction to world religions and the culture of prayer. People from other places and cultures may seem different, but we may all share the diversity of our faith.

Never Say a Mean Word Again - Book Review star
How to neutralize an enemy? This is the question solved by the young boys in this story.

Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch – Book Review star
Mr. Hatch is a quiet man who doesn’t smile. He works in a shoelace factory and eats his lunch all alone. Do you know someone who feels all alone?

The Gold Coin - Book Review star
Can kindness change a thief? Juan had been a thief for many years. He was pale and sickly because he did all his thieving at night.

The Old Woman Who Named Things – Book Review star
An old woman has outlived all her friends so she names her belongings to keep from getting lonely.

The Rag Coat – Book Review star
Minna and her family lived in the Appalachian Mountains where her papa worked in the coal mines. When he got sick with the miner’s cough he couldn't work much, and then she couldn't go to school.

Tudley Didn’t Know – Book Review star
Tudley is a young, pond-loving, painted turtle who adopts other animals’ behaviors simply because he doesn’t know he can’t.

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