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Tattletale, Tattletail

Mary Fuller

Do you know of a child that can't quit tattling? In this book, Tattletale, Tattletail, a young boy named Sam discovers that there is a big difference between reporting important information to his teacher and tattling on his classmates. Unfortunately, his discovery involves the growing of an unexpected tail in the very spot where one usually sits down. Only through the guidance of his teachers does Sam learn the difference, and once he distinguishes the difference and puts it into practice, his unwanted tail begins to disappear. This book has been written for teachers, parents, children's workers, grandparents and anyone else that might have the opportunity to deal with a child's tattling issues. It will be a useful tool to develop teaching situations and create awareness for its readers of the difference between tattling and being a responsible member of a classroom.

Do you know of a child that can't quit tattling? In this book, Tattletale, Tattletail, a young boy named Sam discovers that there is a big difference between reporting important information to his teacher and tattling on his classmates. Unfortunately, his discovery involves the growing of an unexpected tail in the very spot where one usually sits down. Only through the guidance of his teachers does Sam learn the difference, and once he distinguishes the difference and puts it into practice, his unwanted tail begins to disappear. This book has been written for teachers, parents, children's workers, grandparents and anyone else that might have the opportunity to deal with a child's tattling issues. It will be a useful tool to develop teaching situations and create awareness for its readers of the difference between tattling and being a responsible member of a classroom.
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Description:

Do you know of a child that can't quit tattling? In this book, Tattletale, Tattletail, a young boy named Sam discovers that there is a big difference between reporting important information to his teacher and tattling on his classmates. Unfortunately, his discovery involves the growing of an unexpected tail in the very spot where one usually sits down. Only through the guidance of his teachers does Sam learn the difference, and once he distinguishes the difference and puts it into practice, his unwanted tail begins to disappear. This book has been written for teachers, parents, children's workers, grandparents and anyone else that might have the opportunity to deal with a child's tattling issues. It will be a useful tool to develop teaching situations and create awareness for its readers of the difference between tattling and being a responsible member of a classroom.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Melissa Madole

Length:

15m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

15:09