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Wallaby Booth (Attitude Adjusters)

by Joanna Weaver

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Wallaby Booth discovers the truth about honesty.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0781435218, Hardcover)

Meet a boy who has a hard time sticking to the truth . . . and find out what happens when his friends stop believing anything he says.

There once was a boy named Wallaby Booth
who struggled a bit when it came to the truth.
It wasn't that Wallaby wanted to lie,
"It's just that the truth is so boring," he'd sigh.

Wallaby Booth just can't seem to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. When he actually tells his friends that Uncle Wally is coming from Australia with his pet crocodile they think it's just another tall tale. Wallaby learns an important lesson when his friends don't show up to see Uncle Wally , who really does have a crocodile!

This humorous read-aloud book will help kids recognize the importance of being honest. Like every story in the Attitude Adjusters series, Wallaby Booth is specially crafted to help kids discover what it means to be more like Jesus in their attitudes and actions.

Joanna Weaver is a pastor’s wife and the mother of John Michael and Jessica. She
loves working with children using music, drama, and storytelling. Joanna lives with
her family in Whitefish, Montana.

As art director for several companies, Tony Kenyon won numerous awards for his
advertising and television work. He is currently a freelance illustrator living in an
eighteenth-century house overlooking Winchester Cathedral in England.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:24 -0400)

Wallaby Booth just can not seem to tell the truth ... find out what happens when his friends stop believing anything he says.

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