We all know we need leaders we can trust.
But when do we learn trustworthiness?
Values, morals, ethics all take different forms in schools.
But how do we teach them at home?
How do we model them and encourage them?
That's where these stories and resources come in.
Kelly is an adventurous little girl who sometimes gets into mischief. She tries hard to be good but doesn't always get it right. In this first children's book about trust, we see Kelly making lots of promises but not doing what she has promised. What happens, then, when she asks her parents for a puppy and promises to look after it? This book has been written for young children and is great for classroom and at home discussions about values, morals, ethics and trustworthiness.
Kelly learns to be open with her friends, and what happens sometimes if you don't share how you are feeling
Kelly makes a very poor decision and learns what it means to be honest, and what happens when you are not!
Trying to fit in with the crowd is not always cool, and Kelly learns that being genuine is important.
Standing up for what is right takes courage, and Kelly chooses to do the right thing, even when it is hard.
Giving something of value to others is a joyful thing to do, and Kelly learns it is better to give than to receive.
When pride gets in the way, it can be an ugly thing, as Kelly learns the hard way that being humble is a gift.
Kelly learns the importance of keeping promises and being a good friend, and what happens when you don't.
When Kelly sees someone who really needs help, she reaches out and cares for them.