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Teach Your Dragon to Stop Lying

A Dragon Book To Teach Kids NOT to Lie. A Cute Story To Teach Children About Telling The Truth and Honesty (My Dragon Books - Volume 15)

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ISBN: 9781948040419

A Cute Dragon Book To Teach Kids About Honesty

Your Children Will Immediately Understand Why Lying Is Bad, Not Only for People Around Them, But Also For Themselves.

Having a pet dragon is very fun.

You can teach your dragon to sit, stand, roll over, and you can even potty train him...

But what if your dragon keeps telling lies? What if he thinks that lying is good for him, and lying helps him get out of troubles easily anytime?

What do you do?

You teach him that lying is bad, and you help him understand the reasons why he needs to be honest and telling the truth.

How do you do it? - Get this book now and find out how!

Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this playful dragon book will help kids understand the consequences of lying, and why honesty is important.


Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
William C. Hanson
Life lessons, rhythm, rhymes, enjoyed by everyone

My 7 year old said I should give this book 5 stars. We really enjoy the dragon books, my 4 year old likes them too. Great life lessons and I enjoy the rhythm and rhyme.

Brian Kim
Great for kids!

My children enjoy reading this book. We have been buying two or three at the same time. Of different ones. I have a daughter with ADHD and son with Autism and they have been helping them understand more with reading about different situations.

Sarah Klobusnik
Easy to read

My ADHD child is at that age when he is testing limits and seeing what he can get away with. Even with his adhd he still said the book was easy to read and understand.

Margaret N.
Tell the truth and be honest

Making good choices to tell the truth!

Great books

My kids love these books. Theyre easy to follow, help teach a great lesson, and give great examples of positive behavioral habits instead of just touching on the negatives!