Fox Tells a Lie
By the renowned author and psychologist Susanna Isern, after Raccoon wants to be first, comes this new book. Fox’s lie gets bigger and bigger as the day goes on. He feels bad about it but will he be brave enough to tell the truth?Complete description
To impress his friends, Fox lies about knowing the superhero, Superturtle. As one lie leads to another, he no longer knows what to do. Will he finally tell the truth when his lies put Squirrel in danger?
Also available in Spanish as Zorro dice mentiras.
- Picture Book
- Years: +4 years
- Size: 8 ½ x 9 3/5 in
- Product Form: Hardback
- Pages: 44
- ISBN: 978-84-18599-25-5
- $ 15,95 / 14,90 €
Available in English and Spanish editions, this picture book provides a valuable lesson on white lies and the importance of trust among friends.
The cute and very literal artwork features humanoid animals in simple outfits and homey settings. The color palette is a very attractive mix of earth and jewel tones and the art looks like watercolor accented with pencil, all in service of flat, childlike illustrations with lots of familiar details. The author is a professor of psychology and this book is part of a series about small childhood dilemmas.
Written by the renowned author and psychologist Susanna Isern, and charmingly illustrated by Leire Salaberria, “Fox Tells A Lie” with its deftly embedded message in support of being honest is an ideal and recommended addition to family, daycare center, preschool, elementary school, and community library collections for children ages 4-8.
This story featuring humanlike animals teaches the importance of trust within friendships and the power of telling the truth.