Turtle 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
Images from Turtle Trouble
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This book is not bad. The illustrations are nice.
Another book about turtles I like is “The Adventure of Thomas the Turtle”.
No. I wanted a turtle story, not a morality story. Looking for education prior to children coming to the zoo
Sorry, we don’t have any non-fiction on turtles yet, best I can point you to is our Mustard Seed books – https://freekidsbooks.org/author/mustard-seed/ many are about animals or Dive, underwater non-fiction book -https://freekidsbooks.org/dive/
For a list of my favorite kids turtle books, see https://www.pinterest.com/stewartallen0/best-childrens-turtle-picture-books/
From authors site writes:
Honesty, a great topic, and one that my children needed to learn about. Thank for this story, it started a good family conversation.
This was amazing my two children Alex and Harry, could not stop reading it for about 2 minutes until they got bored and had a fap.
Nice Story.Really,like it.
Deborah Barrett writes:
A good book about telling the truth.
Danny Sherman writes:
Nice book to teach your child some values