Divided by a common language, as usual. "The Dangerous Book For Boys" originated in Britain, and it's been translated:
The book has been extensively rewritten for the American market to replace conkers with “stickball” and the laws of cricket with the equally incomprehensible Navajo Code Talkers’ Dictionary. A lesson on the etymology of “cor blimey” has been dropped, and a trick involving hiding a £1 coin behind your ear now uses an American quarter.
A section listing the kings and queens of England and Scotland has been replaced with the “most valuable players” in baseball. Egbert, the first king of Wessex from 802 to 839, is thus usurped by Lefty Grove, of Philadelphia, who won the baseball honour in 1931.
That would be "honor."