What is Right?

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What is Right?


What is Right?  teaches children about choices and decisions. It is the 6th title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling series of children’s books on character education and values. What is Right? helps children develop critical thinking skills on the difficult subjects of ethics and integrity. Etan teaches children about choices and decisions by presenting children and adults with an opportunity to dialogue together in considering decisions and choices involving various situations which require wholesome social reasoning abilities. Exploring options for today’s world of ambivalent and sometimes confusing moral and social behaviors, What is Right? teaches children about choices and decisions in a comprehensive way.


It’s never too early for children to start thinking about right and wrong. What is Right? stimulates children to ask hard questions. I know. I gave it to my 9 year old grandson and led to a wonderful discussion.

Alan M. Dershowitz
Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard University
Author, Rights from Wrongs

Every child should have the opportunity to learn right from wrong. Etan Boritzer lays out that path with examples written in language that our kids will both understand and love to read. By exposing kids to a strong code of ethics early on, What is Right? gives the next generation some guidance for tough decisions in the years ahead.

Melanie Sloan, Executive Director
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington

As someone dedicated to promoting ethical leadership and conduct as a foundation for effective and legitimate business practice, it is never too early to initiate the type of reflection and introspection prompted by What is Right? This insightful and age appropriate book can help begin to instill critical thinking and decision making in our children. Imagine the state of business practice today if all organizational members would “never stop asking this big, big question.

Anthony F. Buono
Professor of Management and Sociology
Coordinator, Alliance for Ethics & Social Responsibility
Bentley College, Waltham, MA

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