Book ‘The Book of Virtues’ by William J. Bennett & Elayne Glover Bennett

PDF Excerpt 'The Book of Virtues' by William J. Bennett & Elayne Glover Bennett

Help your children develop moral character with this updated, 30th anniversary edition of the perennial classic Book of Virtues. Almost 3 million copies of the Book of Virtues have been sold since it was published in 1993. It is one of the most popular moral primers ever written, an inspiring anthology that helps children understand and develop character — and helps parents teach it to them. Thirty years ago, readers thought that the times were right for a book about moral literacy. Back then, Americans worried that schools were no longer parents’ allies in teaching good character. As the book’s original introduction noted, “moral anchors and moorings have never been more necessary.” If that was true in the 1990s, it is even more true today. The explosion of information with the Internet has left many unsure of what is valuable and what is not. Responsibility. Courage. Compassion. Loyalty. Honesty. Friendship…

Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Anniversary edition (November 29, 2022); Pages: 640 pages; ISBN-10: 1982197110; ISBN-13: 978-1982197117; ASIN:‎ B0B3Y7THBM

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Author’s biography: Dr. William J. Bennett is one of America’s most influential and respected voices on cultural, political, and educational issues. Host of The Bill Bennett Show podcast, he is also the Washington Fellow of the American Strategy Group. He is the author and editor of more than twenty-five books. Dr. Bennett served as the secretary of education and chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities  under  President  Ronald  Reagan  and  as  director  of  the  Office  of  National  Drug  Control  Policy  under  President  George  Herbert  Walker Bush. Elayne  Glover  Bennett  is  the  founder  and  president  of  the  Best  Friends Foundation and the author of a model curriculum that tar-gets bullying, drug abuse, and violence prevention through a model character development curriculum for elementary, middle, and high school students. She is currently in her thirty-fifth year of teaching this  curriculum,  which  has  been  delivered  to  thousands  of  public  school  students  in  Washington,  DC,  and  across  the  nation.  She  is  the author of Daughters in Danger: Helping Girls Thrive in Today’s Culture.

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