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Turtle Trouble

turtle trouble children's bookTurtle Trouble – Telling the truth, or covering up? That’s what our little character in this story is mulling over. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour, and why it is always best to tell the truth.

Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, Illustrated by Agnes de Bezenac

 

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