By Dr. Dennis Denenberg
Anyone could be a hero. that's the crucial message of 50 American Heroes each child may still Meet, an enticing paintings that, in revealed shape, has educated and entertained millions of readers national because the 12 months 2000.
Now in electronic structure, 50 American Heroes each child may still Meetfeatures up-to-date info and a tribute to the heroes of 9-11. The authors indicate that kids a while 15 and more youthful haven't any reminiscence of that tragic occasion. They assert that it is crucial that each one people attach the heroism of that day to the wider notion of actual those who, all through our heritage, were heroes. That connection is precisely what 50 American Heroes each child should still Meet provides.
This is an interactive, "kid-friendly" publication that motivates readers of every age to discover the lives of genuine heroes. all of the 50 heroes is brought via an anecdote that highlights the hero's characteristics and existence situations. In "Power Words," we get to understand the hero through...
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Maybe you know about a place where people are dumping trash illegally. Use the "power of the pen" to try and change things. Write letters to the editor of your local newspaper, write to the mayor and town council, write to a particular business or company -- write to the people who can change the things you know are bad and should be changed. In many cases, you can use email to replace a letter - just be careful to follow the guidelines so your email reaches the correct person. Maybe you'll need to start a petition (having other people sign their names to your letter) to get more attention.
That work became The Heroes Club and a series called Real American Heroes. The trading cards were to be used in character education programs. They presented a hero/virtue story about the extraordinary accomplishments of 25 heroes from this book. Brian felt initially that teaching about real heroes would help kids achieve great potential. Along the way, Brian stated that he learned to persist in his own efforts to become more like these heroes. A lesson taught is a lesson learned. Brian was a remarkable and gifted individual.
50 American Heroes Every Kid Should Meet by Dr. Dennis Denenberg