A Chinese translation of “The truth according to Arthur” by Tim Hopgood.
Arthur rode his elder brother bike despite being told not to, and damaged both the bike and his mother’s car. He comes up with hilarious versions of the truth to tell his friends but eventually decided to tell his mother the truth.
Parents often worry when their children start to lie. From a developmental perspective, this is a sign that the child is becoming aware that others may have different feelings and desires from him. This book provides great talking points, perfect for emotional literacy.
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