Easy Reads about ethics

Three Easy Reads about ethics have been published in English. Philip who is known from earlier books is now a teenager.

One book tells about a girl who s being bullied on the Internet. Another is about his new classmate, a refugee, and the third about his grandmother, who is suffering from dementia.

The books can also be used in schools and at home as a basis for discussions about ethics.

Philip and the snow

In Philip’s class a new pupil arrives. He is good at mathematics, but not everybody likes him, because Amir comes from another country. The situation becomes increasingly heated in the class, as snow falls outside. What could Philip do?

Level 2 – easier

From 12 years

Sabira Ståhlberg

Philip and the snow

Translation M. Ståhlberg and S. Ståhlberg

Lecti Book Studio 2017

Illustrations Maria Viitasalo

48 pages, 460kb

ISBN 978-619-192-202-4 (Paper)

ISBN 978-619-192-201-7 (PDF)

ISBN 978-619-192-189-8 (EPUB)

Philip and the net

When Philip opens his computer, he does not believe his eyes. Someone sends a picture and writes evil things about a girl in his class. Is it a joke or she tries to make herself popular? Soon Philip gets involved and he must make a difficult choice whom to believe.

Level 2 – easier

From 12 years

Sabira Ståhlberg

Philip and the net

Translation M. Ståhlberg and S. Ståhlberg

Lecti Book Studio 2017

Illustrations Maria Viitasalo

48 pages, 410kb

ISBN 978-619-192-205-5 (Paper)

ISBN 978-619-192-214-7 (PDF)

ISBN 978-619-192-190-4 (EPUB)

Philip and the fog

Philip’s grandma is acting strangely. She disappears from home and believes someone steals her money. The family has to take an important decision. Is it all just imagination? What should they do about Grandma? One day Philip finds her lying on the floor.

Level 2 – easier

From 12 years

Sabira Ståhlberg

Philip and the fog

Translation M. Ståhlberg and S. Ståhlberg

Lecti Book Studio 2017

Illustrations Maria Viitasalo

48 pages, 570kb

ISBN 978-619-192-204-8 (Paper)

ISBN 978-619-192-203-1 (PDF)

ISBN 978-619-192-191-1 (EPUB)