Every morning Ariel bounces out of bed ready to tattle on everyone around her. ""He didn't take out the trash"" or ""she didn't wash her hands"" was all she wanted to say about her family and classmates. But one day she tattles so much that she grows a tattle tail! How is Ariel going to get rid of her tail before she goes home? Find out in Little Miss Tattletale.
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'Little Miss Tattletale' tackles the tattle problems in your classroom or home with spunk and humor! It goes a step further by not only defining tattling and telling, but teaches the reader to become a helper instead of tattling.
It's a wonderful addition to your own family's library or to give as a gift to a favorite teacher, school counselor, or therapist.
Konni Jo Bryant is an author and teacher. Her children's books are based on her personal experiences both as an educator and mother. She grew up in Londonderry, Northern Ireland in the 1970s during "the troubles" making her extremely resilient and sparking her creativity as a young writer. Her moves to Nashville, Tennessee and Malibu, California further broadened her horizons in culture and friendships. Today she teaches elementary school in inner-city Nashville, Tennessee and continues to write about her favorite thing---kids! Konni Jo Bryant likes to write about social/emotional issues which include messages of compassion, friendship, strength, and forgiveness.
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Book Description Tate Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111628548339