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Telling the Truth (Exploring Emotions)

by Althea Braithwaite

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This book explains what it means to tell the truth. It also includes examples of when it may be ok to tell a small lie and how children feel after they have told a big lie. The book explains why it is beneficial for a person to tell the truth. At the back of the book, there is a note for teachers and parents, suggestions for discussion, and a glossary.
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Choices is a thought-provoking series that supports the Framework for PSHE and Citizenship at Key Stage 2. In each book, children talk about their emotions, and how they cope with difficult situations. The author was involved in extensive research with children and the text was built around their responses. Difficult emotions and issues are treated seriously, but sympathetically and constructively.

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Examines the nature and importance of truth, explains why telling the truth can sometimes be difficult, and describes the negative effects of lying.

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