Applying life's values

3rd February 2006 at 00:00
Most teenagers have a strong and complex set of values. Cards for Life have been designed to help them think about how they would apply those values as they develop into adults. Each of the 40 cards briefly describes a realistic but troubling scenario - hurtful mockery from friends, anger at parents etc. Questions on the back invite young people - one-to-one or in small groups - to discuss the thoughts and feelings involved. A booklet for adults explores current research on moral attitudes against class, religious and cultural backgrounds. Cards for Life costs pound;22.95 (bulk discounts available) from Book Sales, National Children's Bureau, 8 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7QE.

Tel: 020 7843 6087 www.ncb.org.uk

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