Focusing on the key area of citizenship and values, this book which is one of a series, discusses the family unit, its role; rules of family life; privacy and respecting the privacy of others; cultural and value differences between families; earning trust, trusting others; safety issues in the home; selfrespect and respect for others; compromise, diplomacy and tact and good manners, including polite and impolite behaviour. With other books in this magazine format series such as "At School" and "Growing up", this book aims to encourage children to become good citizens, examines behaviour, includes good advice boxes and gives photo case studies based on "real experiences" such as bullying. It is intended to be used as part of PSE or for the teaching of Citizenship.
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Kate Brookes is a well-travelled Australian living in the UK. She has a background in publishing books and magazines. Her career has included writing a successful series of teen non-fiction for Hodder, and also contributes frequently to magazines about family and education issues.
At Home by Kate Brooks
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Hachette Children's Group
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