- 24 pages
- Standard Color
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-1881-2 eBook
- 978-1-5255-1880-5 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-1879-9 Hardcover
Honesty, Exaggerate the truth, Telling half truths, Child’s perceptions, Telling tall tales, Spreading rumours, Being truthful, Fibbing
I Have Geckos on my Glasses
A Child's Struggle with Honesty
I have a pair of sneaky geckos, who love to lounge across my glasses,
Spreading their fingers around the lenses, spilling out like webbed molasses…
The sticky feet of two geckos cover up the lenses of a young girl’s glasses. This makes it difficult for her to be truthful about what she sees. When she decides to spin tales to fill in the missing details, she loses all her friends. Discover how the geckos help her to unveil the truth and learn a valuable lesson about honesty.
Trish Hammond is an elementary school principal and a mother to three grown children. She is passionate about writing resources for children that explore the issues of mental and emotional health. Her first two books, I Have Squirrels in my Belly and I Have Bees in my Brain, focus on teaching children about anxiety and inattentiveness. Her third book, I Have Geckos on my Glasses stresses the importance of accurate perceptions.
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