Misconduct: Deal with It Without Bending the Rules
Written by Anne Marie Aikins and illustrated by Steven Murray.
Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2005.
|Rules are all around us at school, at home, at the mall,
on the soccer field, and even on the street. From the strictest of laws to good
manners, formal policies to unspoken customs, everywhere you look there are
limits and guidelines to your conduct.
For many young people, following all those rules may seem impossible! Some kids may not see the harm in breaking a rule, but Misconduct explains how it always pays to stop and think. Every citizen must decide if they are going to follow a rule or face the consequences of breaking it. This book demonstrates that young people always have the power to make thoughtful choices, even when a rule seems overly strict or unfair.
Author Anne Marie Aikins has written extensively about social justice issues for a variety of publications for both children and adults, and the Deal With It series.
Attractively illustrated, this book is intended for ages 10+.
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