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Building Moral Intelligence: The Seven Essential Virtues that Teach Kids to Do the Right Thing [Paperback]

Michele Borba
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In 1997, eleven-year-old Nathaniel Abraham from Pontiac, Michigan, told his friend that he was going to shoot somebody. Read the first page
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