Connor the Cutter – Character Building (Book Discussion Guide)

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I’ve been working on this for a while and I’m SUPER excited to share it with you!

I’ve discovered a new book series that is focused on character building. It’s called, Connor the Courageous Cutter.  So far, there are 3 books in the series, but I’m hoping they’ll make more!

The first book is called Saving Sarah. I’ve recently become friends with one of the authors. Here’s his summary of the book:

Join Connor the Courageous Cutter in his first adventure in beautiful Serendipity Sound. When Sarah the Schooner gets caught in a storm, panic riddles the sound. Who will heed the Harbor Master’s call and save her?

This book is just exploding with character building/morality topics! I just HAD to make a discussion guide for you. Here are some of the topics I found in the story:

  • courage (DUH!)
  • pride
  • acceptance of others/diversity
  • obeying the rules
  • what makes someone valuable

…and the list goes on (I even found ideas for a more inspirational discussion if you want!)

Click here to download the discussion guide: Connor the Courageous Cutter – Book 1 Discussion Guide

Grab a copy of the books for yourself by clicking the pictures below:

There’s also a free coloring page (CLICK HERE!) you can grab from the author’s website. I’ve also started following the Courageous Crew on Facebook and Twitter.

P.S.   If you’re wondering what a “cutter” is, here’s your answer: United States Coast Guard Cutter is the term used by the U.S. Coast Guard for its commissioned vessels that are longer than 65 feet and have a permanently assigned crew with accommodations aboard. For more kid-friendly info about the Coast Guard, check out this free downloadable coloring book I found a few months ago!

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