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by Spencer Johnson M.D.,Daniel Burstein,Kerry Washington

eBook A ValueTales Treasury: Growing Good People One Story at a Time download ISBN: 1442305037
Author: Spencer Johnson M.D.,Daniel Burstein,Kerry Washington
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Unabridged edition (October 19, 2010)
Language: English
ePub: 1319 kb
Fb2: 1748 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Not nearly as good as the original Value Tales.

is one of the world’s most respected thinkers and beloved authors. His eleven international bestselling books include the titles Who Moved My Cheese?® An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change, the most widely read book on change, and The One Minute Manager®, the world’s most popular management method for over two decades, coauthored with Kenneth Blanchard. Not nearly as good as the original Value Tales. 2 people found this helpful.

Most importantly, he did it in a way that children found irresistible.

A ValueTales Treasury. Growing Good People One Story at a Time. Read by Daniel Burstein and Kerry Washington. Unabridged Audio Download. Most importantly, he did it in a way that children found irresistible.

A ValueTales Treasury: Growing Good People One Story at a Time. Written by Spencer Johnson. Before New York Times megabestselling author Spencer Johnson wrote Who Moved My Cheese and Peaks and Valleys, he created ValueTales®, a series of storybooks that encouraged children to grasp important lessons told through the lives of famous figures. Now, Dr. Johnson has teamed with Simon & Schuster to re-imagine these classic tales in a new format for today's children. He's even coined a new term to describe them-to describe !

Читает Daniel Burstein и Kerry Washington

Читает Daniel Burstein и Kerry Washington. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента.

From number-one New York Times best-selling author Dr. Spencer Johnson comes a wonderful new kind of children's story, the Imaginography. These are imaginative biographies stories of real people and real events told in a fun new way that children find irresistible. In these Imaginographies, youngsters get to imagine how famous people from history might have listened to themselves to their True Voice, that voice inside each of us that gives us our best thoughts. And by example, children are encouraged to listen to their own True Voice and act on it.

Spencer Johnson, Daniel Burstein, Kerry Washington. Stories for Growing Good People. left behind a medical career to write short books about life. The most famous was Who Moved My Cheese?" published in 1998. M Grades 2-4. In an attempt to teach children core values in a fun and imaginative way, Dr. Spencer Johnson introduces an Imaginography, defined by the author as a story about a real person that helps children imagine the kind of person they want to become. The book became a publishing phenomenon and a workplace manual.

Written by Spencer Johnson, Audiobook narrated by TBA, Daniel Burstein, Kerry . A ValueTales Treasury.

Written by Spencer Johnson, Audiobook narrated by TBA, Daniel Burstein, Kerry Washington. Narrated by: TBA, Daniel Burstein, Kerry Washington.

Dan Burstein, Daniel Burstein, Kerry Washington. is the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including The One Minute Manager, all in the entertaining style of a parable that contains useful information readers can use in their own lives. Dr. Johnson's education includes a psychology degree from the University of Southern California, an . from the Royal College of Surgeons and medical clerkships at Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic.

#1 New York Times bestselling author Spencer Johnson’s NEW ValueTales® is now available on audio! Before #1 New York Times megabestselling author Spencer Johnson wrote Who Moved My Cheese and Peaks and Valleys, he created ValueTales®, a series of storybooks that encouraged children to grasp important lessons told through the lives of famous figures. Most importantly, he did it in a way that children found irresistible. Now, Dr. Johnson has teamed with Simon & Schuster to re-imagine these classic tales in a new format for today’s children. He’s even coined a new term to describe them—to describe them—Imaginographies! The people are real, the events are real, but the stories are told in a fun and fantastic way that lets kids get right inside the minds and hearts of famous historical figures to experience firsthand the basic values that helped make them happier, more successful people. Dr. Johnson has collected five of his favorite ValueTales® and edited them to appeal to today’s children. Now, today’s parents can share them anew with their own children, helping them to grow into good people, too—one story at a time!
Comments: (7)
Rainbearer
My husband remembered these books from his childhood and was thrilled to find this little compilation. At first he was disappointed that they changed the drawings, but the stories are still good, and our 4-year-old daughter enjoys them. Great lessons, entertaining stories, real heroes. We've been buying lots of biographical books for little kids lately, and these are my favorites. We also tracked down a few of the other old ones on Amazon.

UPDATE: My daughter just turned 7, and this is STILL a favorite. She can now read all of the stories by herself. Her favorites are Helen Keller and Louis Pasteur. All of these stories are significantly shorter than the original versions. We enjoy both. Each of these can be read fairly quickly as a bedtime story. The originals we usually split into 2-3 nights.
Reighbyra
Delightful pictures, educational stories.
MilsoN
I thought I was buying a book because I did not read the details well enough. Good CD even so
Gavinranara
I like the Valu Talles series, this is nice but i like the books in the series a bit more
I love Mercedes
I am disappointed in these stories with the Godless reference to the "true Voice" within us.
sunrise bird
Years ago we owned the whole series of The Value Tails and my son loved the stories in them. This book contains just four of the stories but it still is a worthwhile read.
I purchased this book for my grandchildren because it has so many stories about people including Louis Pastuer and Harriet Tubman.I would recommend this book or the whole series to anyone that is looking to motivate their children with real stories about people that overcame obstacles and succeeded. Great teaching tool.
Xmatarryto
My children loved the individual Value Tale books when they were young and now my grandchildren can read several delightful tales about real people and the importance of having values like honesty, courage, kindness, etc. The stories are fun and imaginative recountings of events in the lives of well know historical people.
Nice easy understandable personalities who contributed to the world by channeling their strengths to help others. Also comes with a CD for when you are driving in the car with the little one (s).