Madison discovers that it feels much better to tell the truth than to lie to her parents.
This is a great book that gently touches on the importance of telling the truth. It is a good psychological look at how lies affect the teller.
Our preschooler asked questions and tried to guess what would happen.
This book was very readable, repeatedly so, and brought out fresh conversation each time.
This is a read-together book that uses a common situation to open family discussion and thought.
Lying is confronted in a gentle and non-accusatory manner, making it easy--and creating "neutral" ground--for talking with kids.
6 to 9
3 to 8
Read with 3½-year-old child.
Borrow. Use this book before your child picks up the lying habit.