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  • Lyndsey Gates

    Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales.. great book for the start of the year

  • Jessica Dingey

    One of the best books for tattling and learning what is important to report to the teacher. This would be a great book for the first week of school.

  • Kelli Duerr

    children's books that teach

  • Laura Marie

    Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing!! Cute idea

  • Katy Sundling

    Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales. Wish I had this book this past school year

  • Kathleen Rose

    Kids Rock!: Classroom Management

  • Jolando Cook

    Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"----Such a big deal with K Kids! I'll take any help I can get!

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