Fairness

  • Treat others as you would like to be treated. Listen and try to understand what others believe and feel. Be impartial. Give due credit to others. Be tolerant of diversity. Play by the rules; share with others. Strive for justice.

  • The Little Red Hen

    by Paul Galdone Year Published: 1985

    Hen requests the help of the other animals to help gather the supplies and make the bread but they all refuse.  But when the bread is ready, they are more than ready to eat.  Is it fair that they get to eat the bread if they didn’t help do the work?

    The Little Red Hen Read Aloud

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  • New Shoes

    by Susan Lynn Meyer Year Published: 2015

    Ella Mae experiences being treated differently in a shoe store because of her skin color. She turns this experience into an opportunity to create her own store where others may buy and try on shoes without humiliation. An inspirational message for kids to create their own change..

    New Shoes Read Aloud

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  • Strictly No Elephants

    by Lisa Mantchev Year Published: 2015

    Today is Pet Club day. There will be cats and dogs and fish, but strictly no elephants are allowed. The Pet Club doesn’t understand that pets come in all shapes and sizes, just like friends. Now it is time for a boy and his tiny pet elephant to show them what it means to be a true friend.

    Strictly No Elephants Read Aloud

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  • It's Not Fair

    by Caryn Rivadeneira Year Published: 2018

    This book from the Generous Kids series tells the simple, relatable story of a girl who has saved up money to buy something for herself to that she may not be ale to if she shares what she has with others. The story touches on gratitude, generosity, budgeting, the value of money, and even the idea of an abundance vs. scarcity mentality.

    It's Not Fair Read Aloud

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  • Tops & Bottoms

    by Janet Stevens Year Published: 1995

    Once a upon a time, there was a lazy Bear and a clever Hare. Bear had lots of money and lots of land but all he wanted to do was sleep. Hare had nothing but hungry children, so he came up with a plan to convince Bear to split his land down the middle—tops and bottoms. Hare can work all day and Bear can sleep.

    It’s the perfect solution! Or is it?

    Tops & Bottoms Read Aloud

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