Character Quality Booklets
Character is made up of at least forty-nine different “character qualities.” Each of these character qualities is illustrated in the world of nature. For example, the white tailed deer demonstrates the quality of Attentiveness. Whenever a deer hears the slightest sound, such as a snapping twig or a rustling of leaves, it stops whatever it is doing to look around and listen. Not until the deer has determined there is no threat does it return to its activity.
Each of these booklets from Character First! give interesting facts about the animal that illustrates the character quality and are excellent resources for learning just what the character qualities really are and how we can work to strengthen them in our lives and the lives of those for whom we are responsible.
(Note: This page displays only the bulletins available from the Series 2 set of bulletins. They are available in very limited quantities (only one or two copies, in many cases), so you need to order now before they are gone.)
Character First Series 2 Bulletins