A very smart and funny story about privacy and responsibility that, as the publisher suggests, shows kids the ultimate respect. Who hasn’t done something they knew wasn’t right and been bothered by a little voice in their heads? This book describes a way of working through that discomfort—while engendering belly laughs. Ages three to seven.
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