The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books
The Best Me That I Can Be Books

The Best Me That I Can Be Books

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Values are important. Encourage kids to grow up and be their very best selves.

Get the whole BEST ME Set!


3 Books

The Best ME That I Can Be: Respect
The Best ME That I Can Be: Honesty
The Best ME That I Can Be: Sharing


Respect: it’s not just what you SAY, but also what you DO.
Keigan‘s friends, family and teacher are all special to him, which makes him want to treat them well. But Keigan is still learning, and sometimes he makes mistakes…
What happens when you forget to show someone you love respect?
Kids will recognize similar pieces of their own lives in Keigan’s story.
By watching Keigan learn how to make up for a WRONG, they’ll understand ways to turn their own ‘wrongs’ into ‘rights’!
Help the kids in your life understand and show respect today!

Book 1 of 3 in The Best ME That I Can Be series by Rose Angebrand



Honesty: 


The truth has consequences, but so does a lie…

Teaching honesty to a child can be hard.
Especially if they catch us telling our own little white lies!
Parents want their children to learn that it’s better to tell the truth – and take responsibility – than it is to lie.
Follow Ayzlin as she makes a big mistake, and has to decide what to do about it – to lie, or to tell the truth?
The truth has consequences, but so does a lie…
It isn’t always easy to be honest, and it can even take bravery. What will Ayzlin do?
Help your children learn the value of being honest today!

Book 2 of 3 in The Best Me That I Can Be series by Rose Angebrandt


Sharing: 


Should kids have to share everything?
Ayzlin learns that some things are special, and are okay to not share. Just like her favorite doll, and just like Mommy’s necklace.
Avoid conflicts and tears by helping children practice turn taking. Understanding the difference between sharing toys and special toys can make a big difference!
Fairness and compromise are important (but often difficult!) lessons when you’re growing up. Encourage the lessons, and  positive play, while also making it okay to keep precious things to yourself.
Help the kids in your life learn the life skill of sharing today!

Book 3 of 3 in The Best ME That I Can Be series by Rose Angebrandt