The children in this story discover a magical treasure box unlike any other. It doesn't contain jewels and gold, it contains the simple statement, andquot;Whosoever hath honor hath the greatest treasure of all.andquot; The children learn that having honor means telling the truth and one child decides to tell the truth all day long. After her baseball breaks mean Mr. Robinson's window, she courageously tells him the truth. Later at school, when her teacher accuses her of cheating on a test, she is given a second chance because of her reputation of honor. When she was given too much change at the bakery, she realizes that though lying sometimes seems easy, one lie just leads to another. She wants to feel good about herself, so she returns the change to the clerk. This wonderful story about the choices children face will help your child discover that honor is the greatest treasure of all.
|Age Group||Preschool, K - 3rd|