Story Themes

Each of the twenty-six CHOICES stories will have a primary theme, with multiple secondary themes interwoven throughout the story.

Themes will include:

Gratitude
Confidence
Courage/bravery
Generosity
Compassion
Leadership
Forgiveness
Fairness
Anger
Loyalty
Fear
Failure
Pessimism/optimism
Doing your best
Dependability
Respect for life
Loneliness

Discrimination
Cheating
Shame/guilt
Handicaps
Honesty
Envy/jealousy
Ego
Charity
Bullying
Lying
Vandalism
Littering
Citizenship
Moving
Respect for culture
Respect for the elderly

Compassion for animals
Humility
Responsibility
Inferiority
Superiority
Making fun
Changing schools
Problem solving
Sportsmanship
Manners
Making friends
Using natural talents
Blessings
Following dreams

With the arrival of each new book in the CHOICES series, parents, teachers, and young readers alike can anticipate an entertaining, educational, and inspiring new story.

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Many of our students make tremendous decisions on a daily basis.  Living in poverty is always difficult, and these decisions essentially make an impact on the community, the family and the students future.   It is so refreshing to be able to choose books that allow the students to think, though their choices, and see the outcomes of their decisions.  Thank you…

Teacher, TN

… I love the book, Our school is going to have it at our school book fair… I can’t wait to see the rest of the books in the series.

5th Grader, NC

… I want, and will collect all of your books.  And when my baby sister is four, I think she will love it!…. Your story is the greatest I have ever heard.  I totally love it.

4th Grader, NC

… I was moved to tears, literally, as I read the stories to both of my boys for the very first time.  They way your books unfold is marvelous!

Mother of Two, TN

I’ve come across an excellent book, Owen’s Choice…. besides being a very wee-written story about a child trying to fit into a new place, it is  a book that will help teach children how to make good choices.

Community Relations Manager, Barnes & Noble, AZ

The world needs more of this, so please don’ts stop.

Doctor, CO