Every working mom wants to raise strong, respectful, honorable kids of good character. We also want to raise kids who will always willingly and happily do their homework and their chores. The homework and chores may be tough, but there is help for you to raise kids with good character.
We love reading to our daughter and have since she was born. Having her sit on my lap as I rock her in the chair and read to her are one of my favorite things to do. We also like whenever the books we read reinforce the lessons we try to teach her.
I was pleasantly surprised when I found a list of picture books that are designed to support character lessons. I even learned the six pillars of character, which are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship
Picture Books to Support Character Education Lessons
Visit this link to find the list of books.