You Choose Series | 儿童行为和情商培养系列（全8册）
Author/Illustrator: Sarah Eason
Translated from: United Kingdom
Doing the right thing isn't always easy! This series looks at some common social issues such as lying, bullying, stealing and feeling frightened. Each title explores the story of one child who faces moral dilemmas about different social situations, the choices he or she makes and the consequences of those choices. The right and wrong decisions are explored in each situation.
This series provides readers with a springboard for discussion of correct, ethical and moral behavior, plus the outcomes of good and poor choices. The interactive question-and-answer approach engages the young readers in real-life difficult situations while the charming, colorful illustrations keep the tone of the book whimsical and playful.
A very useful guide at the back of the book is best read by a grown-up and a child together. As young readers examine common situations that crop up where he or she might be tempted to be dishonest or misbehave, the adult should encourage the child to talk about each of the choices.
This series consists of the following titles from series 1 and series 2:
No Hitting, Henry: Don't Hurt 我不打人
Don't Be Sad, Sam: It's Ok 我不伤心
Don't Get Angry, Annie: Stay Calm 我不生气
Wait Your Turn, Tilly: Be Patient 我有耐心
Come Clean, Carlos: Tell the Truth 我要说实话
Chin Up, Charlie: Be Brave 我要勇敢
Don't Play Dirty, Gertie: Be Fair 我喜欢公平
Hand It Over, Harry: Don't Steal 我不拿别人东西
- Recommended Age: 3 to 7 years old
- Product Material: Paperback
- Language: Simplified Chinese
- Pages: 26
Children will follow Henry as he deals with his feelings of anger and his bad habit of hitting through various situations involving friends and family. His big brother Ben cheats at hide-and-seek. A group of children playing in the park leave him out of their game. His father asks him to behave while they shop.
Henry chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will he choose?
Sam finds himself in several situations that make him sad: his hamster died, his best friend moved away, and his parents paid more attention to his little sister than to him.
Sam chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will he choose?
Annie faces situations that cause her to get angry. She becomes frustrated when her dog drawing comes out poorly. Her mother will not allow her to have a cookie before tea. Her little brother is not playing a game correctly.
Annie chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will she choose?
This is a story of an impatient child named Tilly who does not like waiting or letting others have their turn. She wants to play the video game her brother is playing. She wants to go on the seesaw her friends are on. She wants to tell her parents about her swimming lesson in the middle of their conversation.
Tilly chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will she choose?
Carlos sometimes does things that are wrong, and doesn’t come clean. Like many children, Carlos sometimes tells fibs or lies. He has choices to make, but which ones are the best? Which ones are honest?
Carlos chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will he choose?
Like all children, Charlie sometimes is just a bit scared. He faces lots of dilemmas for which he needs to be brave such as having a new sibling, play with new people, afraid of the dark or going to the dentist. He has lots of choices to make—but which are the brave ones?
Charlie chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will he choose?
Gertie doesn’t always play fair. Sometimes Gertie is put on the spot with some tricky problems. She has to choose to be 'fair' when she is put in a team on sports day that includes none of her friends. Should she trip up her team-mates so her friends win, or be a proper team member, or stay with her friends and ignore her own team? Does one share the chocolate buttons on the cake with one's brother? Does one welcome a new girl in school when one should rather play with friends? Does one own up to painting dad's shed when one could blame a younger sister? And does one copy the girl at the next desk when doing a math test? Can Gertie learn to decide what is fair?
Gertie chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will she choose?
Like many other children, there are many things that Harry likes and wants but he can't have them all. At times, Harry might be faced with some sticky situations. What is the best way to get a present for his mom? Should he picks up money on the floor? What should he do if he walked out from a shop with unpaid items? Should be go back to pay or continue to walk since no one notices? Harry has to decide what choices to make. Are they honest ones?
Harry chooses one out of three behaviors for each situation. How will he choose?