Talents and Tastes continues
the story of Charles and Alicia, their friends and families. Our
characters discover the great diversity of persons and talents that
exists in the world around them and learn to value not only their own
individuality, but that of others. Their adventures lead them to learn
that an “ideal” personality does not exist, but rather that, because of
their talents, if developed, every person is unique and different. They
also learn to appreciate that the corollary of diversity is
Throughout the story they realize
that complementarity is an essential element of social and family
relationships. Characteristics and traits, different and common to both
male and female are highlighted and a way of life that may empower each
sex is encouraged.
The story guides boys and girls to
discover each other’s potential and to have a positive attitude toward
their own and others’ achievements, as well as toward their own and
Thus, integrity is established as a way of life that
is to be adopted as a proactive attitude when relating to others.
In this book, the boys and girls will study in depth the need for truth. Book 5 encourages politeness, respect and solidarity.
Once again, it refers to pre-natal development and the birth process.
in earlier books, physical effort and discipline are highlighted as
essential to health, excellence and freedom by means of self-control.
Self-control is shown as the opposite of dependence, represented by the
use of drugs.
Some of the subjects we explore are:
- Difference and complementarity
- The common human nature