A Cute Children’s Book to Teach Kids the Difference Between Tattling and Telling (My Dragon Books – Volume 54)
Having a pet dragon is very fun! You can train him to do many things…
You can train him to sit, rollover, and play…
You can teach him to candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things…
You can even train him to follow Rules…
But what if he’s following rules to the extreme and becomes a tattletale?
What if he always tells on you over little things? What if he tattles on his friends because he thinks everything they do is breaking the rule?
What if he doesn’t understand the difference between tattle and telling?
What if he doesn’t know when he needs to report to grownups and when he should not tattle?
What should you do?
You teach him the difference between tattling and telling!
You help him understand exactly when he needs to report, when he needs to tell a grownup and ask for help, and when he should not tattle…
How do you do that?
Get this book now and learn how!
Let your children learn with Diggory Doo the dragon about the difference between tattling and telling.
Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations and relatable stories, this is a must-have book for parents, teachers, school counselors, and educators to help kids understand exactly when to tell and when not to tattle.
Steve Herman does it again! This book is a great addition for special education social skills for toddlers. I let my kiddos hold plushy Diggory (not included) while we read the book.
Fantastic addition to series!
I'm a K-2 school counselor and my students love this new addition to the Dragon Book series. This book does an excellent job of detailing the nuanced difference between tattling and telling/reporting. I especially like how this book addresses the concept of telling when children are unsafe or in danger. As always, they adore the interaction between Diggory Doo and Drew.
There is a difference between telling and tattling. Book for all ages Pictures tell story too
The book clearly explains in pictures and words ! The message is relevant to people of all ages and the pictures clearly represent feeling for young children who may not understand every word . Steve continues to increase vocabulary level and still keeps message in rhyme !! Not as easy as it looks!! I highly recommend this book and his whole series. I am a retired teacher and have purchased books for the local Elementary school !Many positive responses
Helps kids understand the difference between tattling and telling
This is a very delicate issue with kids- we want to teach them when it's important to tell an adult a "secret" so that our children are not in danger. And yet, a kid that tells EVERYTHING isn't popular with friends. This book helps kids differentiate between the two situations and learn when telling is good and bad.
Great book, easy to understand for kids.
Easy to read and understand, 7 year old was hooked to it at once. My only concern when he started to read the text was that he would not understand the difference between good and not so go telling.I wanted to see if he would be able to figure it out from the story.To my delight, by the end of the book he stated, so what hes saying is and he had correctly figured it out, Thanks to Mr. Herman.I did a little reinforcement myself, but this book jump started a conversation that Id not done otherwise.