For Kids

It's Not My Fault, by Franz Brandenburg (New York: Morrow, 1980). Although the mice siblings quarrel and blame each other, they miss each other terribly when apart.Ages 3 to 7.

Sam, Bangs, and Moonshine, by Evaline Ness (Austin,Tex.: Holt, Rine-hart and Winston, 1966). "Mistruths" get out of hand.The main character must deal with her manipulative deceptions and their harmful consequences. Ages 3 to 7.

One-Eyed Cat, by Paula Fox (New York: Bradbury, 1984). Disobeying his father, a boy takes a rifle and shoots a stray cat. Though he tries at first to wheedle his way out of taking responsibility for his actions, guilt finally sets in, and he tells the truth.Ages 8 to 12.

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