Responsibility Book List & Resources

Responsibility Book List

Responsibility Book List & Resources

It is important for children to grow up taking responsibility for their actions. It is our job as adults to help children be accountable for their actions and in their dealings with others. They should think about the consequences before they act or speak. The responsibility book list has a great collection of picture books that reinforce the importance of taking responsibility and understanding actions have consequences. They focus on following rules, taking on new responsibilities and being accountable for their actions especially when they don’t make good choices.

Responsibility Book List

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These resources relate to the book, author and illustrator. The number of resources varies subject to subject. Please check they are appropriate for your specific needs before using them with children. If you have any suggestions please get in touch!

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Some of us have great runways already built for us. If you have one, take off. But if you don't have one, realize it is your responsibility to grab a shovel and build one for yourself and for those who will follow after you.

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The Children’s Library Lady has over 300 picture books on large variety of topics. You will find specific book, author and illustrator information, as well as resources. You can also browse themed books lists and explore all the books on the website. Click on the book covers below to start exploring what the website has to offer.

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2 thoughts on “Responsibility Book List & Resources”

  1. Try “Otto the Otter Takes a Bath,” by Lauren Pichon. It’s a cute story about animals and teaches about responsibiliyu.

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