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“Rankin addresses a common playground issue through the thoroughly believable behavior of her little fox's full range of emotional responses, from exhilarating happiness to denial, lying, guilt, embarrassment and finally remorse. ....Direct poignancy will spark musing and discussion in every early childhood classroom.” ―Kirkus Reviews
“Emotions ring true in this simple tale of learning right from wrong. ...An excellent choice for bibliotherapy as well as for entertaining reading.” ―School Library Journal
Great book for preschoolers that have started fibbing. Helps put lying into perspective for young minds. My daughters ask to be read this book often.(aged 5 & 3)Published 1 day ago by jessie
Loved the store, so did my child, it gives a great lesson of being honest and repairing mistakes.Published 22 days ago by Andrea
I got this book as a gift from a friend, and my boys love it! I like the storyPublished 1 month ago by knotyal
our family loves this book, but we have one question...what type of an animal is Martin? Anyone know?Published 2 months ago by Writer
My 3 year old daughter requests this story at bedtime every night since the first time we read it. She loves the pictures of all of the other "kids" in the class and even... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Julie
This book has such a great moral. The little Ruthie finds a toy that she really wants to pretend is hers, even when the actual owner says it's his. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elizabeth MacNab
Good story to share with students who have trouble telling true stories:)Published 9 months ago by Kimberly Burks