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

by | Oct 5, 2013 | Articles, Left Home Column

The Complete Step-by-Step Plan for Raising Good Kids

  • All About
  • Building Moral Intelligence
  • Table of Contents
  • Reader’s Guide
  • Q & A with Dr. Borba
  • Articles
  • Reviews
  • Press Kit
  • The Step-by-Step Plan for Building Moral Intelligence

Building Moral Intelligence teaches children how to overcome negative pressures and act morally – with or without your guidance. Here’s what these proven strategies will do for kids:

  • Provides the antidote to violence and cruelty, making them unthinkable options for kids
  • Gives kids the tools to act right.and make wise choices with or without us.
  • Arms kids against negative pressures both inside and out.
  • Lays the foundation for kids and instilling character that lasts a lifetime.

Who’s Talking About
Building Moral Intelligence:

  • NBC’s The Today Show
  • ABC’s The View
  • Redbook
  • FOX Family TV
  • U.S. News and World Report
  • First For Women

“If you care about the future of our children and our nation, read this
important book!”
– Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul

“A packed storehouse, this helpful, informative and hopeful book will be dog-eared over years of consultation. “
– Publishers Weekly

“This book will change the way families and institutions operate. This book will save lives.”
– Jane Bluestein, Ph.D., author, Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

” Dr. Borba’s book is a “must read” for parents, educators and community leaders.
– Ronald D. Stephens, Executive Director, National School Safety Center

“Michele Borba’s new book gives us solid empirical research but also specific day-to-day activities that will really make a difference in our children’s lives.”
– Michael Gurian, author of The Wonder of Boys, and The Good Son

“Michele Borba provides a blueprint for instilling key virtues, and supplies self-tests and activities parents and children can do together to make them more moral beings.”
– Amazon, What We’re Reading: Parent Editor’s Review, July, 2001

“No parenting book I know of offers so many practical insights, workable strategies, and inspiring stories, books, videos, and other family-friendly resources for intentionally teaching these critical character strengths.”
-Thomas Lickona, author, Raising Good Children