Success with the PYP attitudes (Appreciation, Tolerance, Respect, Integrity, Independence, Enthusiasm, Empathy, Curiosity, Creativity, Cooperation, Confidence, Commitment) in the following statement from Making the PYP happen:

“The PYP does not believe it effective to rely on these attitudes being fostered in an implicit way, as some form of hidden curriculum.

IB attitudes have the power of change.  They soon will become the language of the classroom and playground.

Here are some resources below:


Questions
1)  What books can be used to teach ...appreciation?
2)  ...commitment?
3)  ...confidence?
4)  ... cooperation?
5)  ....creativity?
6)  ... curiousity?
7)  ...empathy?
8)  ...enthusiasm?
9)  ...independence?
10)  ...integrity?
11)  ...respect?
12)  ...tolerance?
 
Answers
1)  Q What books can be used to teach ...appreciation?
A

Appreciation: Appreciating the wonder and beauty of the world and its people

 

Belonging by Jeannie Baker

The Color of Us by Karen Katz  

The Day of Ahmed's Secret by Florence Parry Heide  

The Wise Bird retold by Sheldon Oberman

The Blue Roses by Linda Boyden  

The Fiddler of the Nothern Lights by Natalie Kinsey - Warnock  

Mary Ann by Betsy James  

Every Buddy Counts by Stuart J. Murphy

The Hello, Goodbye Window by Norton Juster

Down in the Subway by Miriam Cohen

Nilo and the Tortoise by Ted Lewin

Helen Keller and the Big Storm by Paticia Lakin  

Action Jackson by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordon

Colors of India by Holly Littlefield

Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney

Storm in the Night by Mary Stolz  

Whaddayamean  by John Burningham

 

2)  Q ...commitment?
A

Commitment : Being committed to their learning, persevering and showing self-discipline and responsibility.

 
Little Yau by Janell Cannon
Young Pele - Soccer's First Star by Lesa Cline -Ransome 

Beverly Billingsly by Alexander Stadler  

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Ruby's Wish by Shirin Yim Bridges

Crazy Horse's Vision by Joseph Bruchac

Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCuly 

Brave Irene by William Steig 

Doctor De Soto Goes to Africa by William Steig  

The Story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

The Kite by Luis Garay  

China' s Bravest Girl by Charlie Chin 

Alistair in outer space by Marily Sadler  

Strega Nona her story by Tomie DePaola

Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney

What Happened to Marion's book by Brook Berg

Otter on His Own by Doe Boyle

The Wild Boy by Mordicai Gerstein

Whaddayamean  by John Burningham

3)  Q ...confidence?
A

Confidence : Feeling confident in their ability as learners, having the courage to take risks, applying what they have learned and making appropriate decisions and choices.

 

Tiggy Tiger Brave Explorer by Claire Feedman

Cleversticks by Bernard Ashley

Oliver and the Oil Spill by Aruna Chandrasekhar  

The Day of Ahmed's Secret by Florence Parry Heide  

Strong to the hoop by John Coy

King of the Playground by Phyllis Naylor

The Brothers Wu and the Good-Luck Eel retold by Fran Ng  

Toestomper and the Bad Butterflies by Sharleen Collicott  

The Bravest Mouse by Maria Barbero  

The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson

Pigs on a Blanket by Amy Axelrod  

Who Moved my Cheese for Kids by Spencer Johsnon  

Clever Tom and the Leprechaun by Linda Shute

The Story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

A Cloak for the Dreamer by Aileen Friedman

Players in Pigtails by Shan Corey

Big Al and Shrimpy By Andrew Clements

All by Myself by Ivan Bates

4)  Q ... cooperation?
A

Cooperation : Cooperating, collaborating and leading or following as the situation demands.

Where is Bear by Leslea Newman  

Belonging by Jeannie Baker

Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper  

It takes a Village by Jane Cowen Fletcher

Piggybook by Anthony Browne

The Paper Princess by Elisa Kleven  

Seven Magic Brothers by Hao  

The Bharunda Bird retold Beulah Candappa

Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell  

It's Mine! By Leo Lionni  

The Island of the Skog by Steven Kellogg

Flap Your Wings by P.D. Eastman  

Who Moved my Cheese for Kids by Spencer Johnson

Herman the Helper by Robert Kraus 

The Kite by Luis Garay  

A Cloak for the Dreamer by Aileen Friedman

The Copycat Fish by Marcus Pfister

Postman Pat and the Mystery Thief by John Cunliffe

Big Al and Shrimpy By Andrew Clements

Elvis the Camel by Barbara Devine  

All by Myself by Ivan Bates

5)  Q ....creativity?
A

Creativity: Being creative and imaginative in their thinking and in their approach to problems and dilemmas  

Belonging by Jeannie Baker

The Color of Us by Karen Katz  

Yoko's Paper Crane by Rosemary Wells  

The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear by Don and Audrey Wood

King of the Playground by Phyllis Naylor

All Stuck Up by Linda Hayward

Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby by Joel Chandler Harris  

Anansi and the Talking Melon By Eric A. Kimmel

Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt by Deborah Hopkinson

The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns  

Two Bad Ants by Chris Van Allsburg

Clever Tom and the Leprechaun by Linda Shute

A Cloak For the Dreamer by Aileen Friedman

The Copycat Fish by Marcus Pfister  

Big Al and Shrimpy By Andrew Clements

Jane Vs the Tooth Fairy by Betsy Jay

All By Myself by Ivan Bates

Do Not Open by Brinton Turkle  

6)  Q ... curiousity?
A

Curiosity : Being curious about the nature of learning and of the world, its people and cultures.

 

Tokyo Friends by  NoTomodachi

Mr. Archimedes' bath by Pamela Allen  

Power of Glass by Nomi Joval

The Way We Do It In Japan by Geneva Cobb Iijma 

Where do Balloons go? By Jamie Lee Curtis

Nessa's story by Nancy Leunn  

It's Going to be Perfect by Nancy Carlson

The Colors of Us by Karen Katz  

Sitti's Secret by Naomi Shibab Nye  

What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs? By Carol Carrick  

The stranger by Chris Van Allsburg

Who moved my cheese for kids by Spencer Johsnon

The toy brother by William Steig  

Diary of a wombat by Jackie French 

Helen Keller and the Big Storm by Paticia Lakin  

Is there life in Outer Space by Franklyn M. Branley 

Colors of India by Holly Littlefield

Kids during the Renaissance by Lisa A. Wroble  

Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney

The wild boy by Mordicai Gerstein  

7)  Q ...empathy?
A
Empathy: Imaginatively projecting themselves into another's situation, in order to understand his/her thoughts, reasoning and emotions.
 

Gift Stone by Robyn Eversole  

Grandftather's Journey by Allen Say (immigrants reactions)

Babu's Song by Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen  

William's Doll by Charlotte Zolotow 

Tenzin's Deer by Barbara Soros  

The Harmonica by Tony Johnston  

A New Coat for Anna by Harriet Ziefert

Lost in the Storm by Carol Carrick

Mean Soup by Betsy Everitt

The Story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

The Lotus Seed by Sherry Garland    

A picture book of Helen Keller by David Adler  

How to Lose all your Friends by Nancy Carlson  

Ira sleeps Over by Bernard Waber

Yo! Yes! by Chris Raschka  

8)  Q ...enthusiasm?
A

Enthusiasm: Enjoying learning.

 

Cleversticks by Bernard Ashle

Ruby's Wish by Shirin Yim Bridges

Nessa's story by Nancy Leunn  

Mirette on the high wire by Emily Arnold McCuly

Jack and the dreamsack by Laurence Anholt

The best vacation ever by Stuart J. Murphy

The story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

A picture book of Helen Keller by David Adler  

Strega Nona her story by Tomie DePaola

All by myself by Ivan Bates

Raising Sweetness by Diane Stanley 

9)  Q ...independence?
A

Independence : Thinking and acting independently, making their own judgments based on reasoned principles and being able to defend their judgments.

 

Bread and Jam for Frances by Russell Hoban  

One Grain of Rice   by Demi

The Tiger, the Brahmin and the Jackal by k. Lock

The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson  

Left Behind by Carol Carrick

Who Moved my Cheese for Kids by Spencer Johsnon

Swimming Lessons by Betsy Jay

The Story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

Tiger, Tiger by Dee Lillegard 

Christina Katerina and the Time She Quit the Family by Patricia Lee Gauch

A Cloak for the Dreamer by Aileen Friedman

China' s Bravest Girl by Charlie Chin 

Is There Life in Outer Space by Franklyn M. Branley 

A Safe Place Called Home by Eileen spinelli  

The Principal's New Clothes by Stephanie Calmenson  

Peter and the Wolf by S.S. Prokofiev

10)  Q ...integrity?
A

Integrity:  Having integrity and a firm sense of fairness and honesty.

 

Empty pot by Demi  

The Wise Bird retold by Sheldon Oberman

Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes 

The Berenstain Bears and the Truth   by Stan & Jan Berenstain.-  

Arthur's New Puppy by Marc Brown

Finders Keepers for Franklin by Paulette Bourgeois 

Gandhi : The Father of Modern India by Pratima Mitchell

That's Mine, Horace by Holly Keller

The True Francine by Marc Brown  

Will you Forgive Me? by Sally Grindley and Penny Dann

Alex Did It by Udo Weigelt

Friends Again by H. J.Arrington
11)  Q ...respect?
A

Respect: Respecting themselves, others and the world around them


 

Enemy Pie by Derek MunsonFriendship   

We Gather Together… Now Please Get Lost by Diane de Groat

Belonging by Jeannie Baker

Edward the Emu by Sheena Knowles  

Piggybook by Anthony Browne

Being Friends by Karen Beaumont  

Betsy Ross and the Silver Thimble by Stephanie Greene

There's a Wocket in my Pocket! By Dr. Seuss  

The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns  

It's Not easy Being a Bunny by Marilyn Sadle

The Copycat Fish by Marcus Pfister  

Elvis the Camel by Barbara Devine

Yo! Yes! By Chris Raschka  

12)  Q ...tolerance?
A

Tolerance:  Feeling sensitivity towards differences and diversity in the world and being responsive to the needs of others.

 

Stellaluna by Janell Cannon

Tokyo Friends by Tokyo NoTomodachi

The Way We Do it in Japan by Geneva Cobb Iijma

Brave Norman by Andrew Clements

Hector: the Hermit Crab by Kati Boyce

Sitti's Secret by Naomi Shibab Nye

The Story of Mother Teresa by Stewart Ross

Cuddly Dudly by Jez Alborough

Beegu by Alexis Deacon

Gandhi : the Father of Modern India by Pratima Mitchell

Ruby Mae Has Something to Say by David Small