What should you do if you accidentally break a vase? Should you tell an adult or pretend it wasn't you? Or what should you do if you see your friend throw a piece of trash on the ground?
It's not always fun or easy to do the right thing. But when you take responsibility, you earn respect from others. This book offers examples of situations you might face at home or at school. It shows how you can make good decisions in each case. See how responsibility can go a long way!
About the Author
Robin Nelson's careers have always kept her surrounded by booksas an elementary teacher, working at a publishing company, and now working as a school library media specialist. But her favorite job is writing books for kids. She has written many nonfiction books for children. She lives with her family in Minneapolis.
Table of Contents
How Can I Remember to Do My Homework? 6
Am I Being Responsible? 8
How Can I Make Sure I Don't Forget My Band Instrument? 10
How Can I Show My Neighbor He Can Count on Me? 12
How Can I Prove I'm Responsible Enough for a Pet? 14
How Can I Show My Friends That Littering Is Wrong? 16
What Should I Have Done Differently? 20
How Can I Show My Mom I'm Responsible? 22
Should I Tell My Mom I Did It or Blame It on the Dog? 24
What's the Right Thing to Do? 26
Further Information 31