What is Right? by Etan Boritzer

‘What is Right?’ by Etan Boritzer is a captivating 40-page exploration crafted specifically for young minds. This engaging book will spark conversation about choices and responsibility through the development of critical thinking skills.

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‘What is Right?’ by Etan Boritzer is a captivating 40-page exploration crafted specifically for young minds. This engaging book will spark conversation about choices and responsibility through the development of critical thinking skills.

Young readers will discover a world filled with thought-provoking questions and dynamic dialogue, laying the foundation for meaningful discussions and invaluable learning opportunities. ‘What is Right?’ isn’t just a book; it’s an interactive reading experience designed to encourage discussions that nurture critical thinking skills and emotional intelligence.

Children are prompted to reflect on the concept of ‘rightness’ and the choices that shape their lives. Boritzer’s approach invites readers to consider the impact of their decisions and fosters a deeper understanding of the values that guide them.

Every page is an invitation to explore, discuss, and develop the essential skills that empower young minds to navigate the complexities of choices and responsibility. ‘What is Right?’ is more than a book; it’s a companion on the path to thoughtful decision-making and a brighter future.

Weight .3 lbs
Dimensions 8.25 × 10 × .3 in

About the Author

ETAN BORITZER is the author of the best selling ‘What is?’ children’s book series on character education and difficult topics, now published in 15 languages.
Etan was first published when he was 13 years old and wrote an essay on John F. Kennedy. The essay was published in a New York City public school children’s anthology and tribute. Etan now lives by the beach near Santa Monica, California where he also writes his children’s books.
Etan does lots of readings in schools locally and nationally, and at other places where there are kids, like at libraries and hospitals. Sometimes he travels around to book festivals and meets lots of people, some of whom even like his books (ha, that was a joke!)
Etan also teaches and consults with other writers about writing and publishing. He believes as Audrey Hepburn said while Director of UNICEF “Children are the only hope!”

Reviews

It is never too early for children to start thinking about right and wrong. WHAT IS RIGHT? stimulates children to ask hard questions. I know. I gave it to my 9 year old grandson and it led to a wonderful discussion.
Prof. Alan M. Dershowitz, Harvard University, Author RIGHTS FROM WRONG

Every child should have the opportunity to learn right from wrong. Etan Boritzer lays out that path with examples written in language that our kids will both understand and love to read. By exposing kids to a strong code of ethics early on, WHAT IS RIGHT? gives the next generation some guidance for tough decisions in the years ahead.
Melanie Sloan, Exec Director, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington

As someone dedicated to promoting ethical leadership and conduct as a foundation for effective and legitimate business practice, it is never too early to initiate the type of reflection and introspection prompted by WHAT IS RIGHT? This insightful and age appropriate book can help begin to instill critical thinking and decision making in our children. Imagine the state of business practice today if all organizational members would never stop asking this big, big question.
Anthony F. Buono, Professor of Management and Sociology, Coordinator, Alliance for Ethics & Social Responsibility, Bentley College, Waltham, MA

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