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Luther Lion just wants to go outside and play with his friends. Right before the recess bell rings, Abigail Armadillo answers the last math problem of the morning and wins a prize. Angry, Luther reaches over and grabs her hair and pulls it, causing her to cry. Since the teacher had her back turned and Abigail couldn't see who did it, Luther blames Thomas Turkey who gets se Luther Lion just wants to go outside and play with his friends. Right before the recess bell rings, Abigail Armadillo answers the last math problem of the morning and wins a prize. Angry, Luther reaches over and grabs her hair and pulls it, causing her to cry. Since the teacher had her back turned and Abigail couldn't see who did it, Luther blames Thomas Turkey who gets sent to the principal's office for hurting his classmate. When he goes outside, Luther isn't proud about what he did.


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Luther Lion just wants to go outside and play with his friends. Right before the recess bell rings, Abigail Armadillo answers the last math problem of the morning and wins a prize. Angry, Luther reaches over and grabs her hair and pulls it, causing her to cry. Since the teacher had her back turned and Abigail couldn't see who did it, Luther blames Thomas Turkey who gets se Luther Lion just wants to go outside and play with his friends. Right before the recess bell rings, Abigail Armadillo answers the last math problem of the morning and wins a prize. Angry, Luther reaches over and grabs her hair and pulls it, causing her to cry. Since the teacher had her back turned and Abigail couldn't see who did it, Luther blames Thomas Turkey who gets sent to the principal's office for hurting his classmate. When he goes outside, Luther isn't proud about what he did.

8 review for Luther Tells a Lie: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories for Kids Ages 3-8 for Early Reading

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carissa Burks

    It was okay. Though, the text was hard to read and they could have picked a better font. It seemed to be chosen because it looked "fancy" and with little thought in regards to the audience that the book is targeted to. Some kids struggle with reading and adding a layer of difficulty by making the text all weird doesn't help. The premise of the story is good, although it is highly unlikely that someone would get sent to the principal for just pulling someone's hair. Again, I didn't really like how It was okay. Though, the text was hard to read and they could have picked a better font. It seemed to be chosen because it looked "fancy" and with little thought in regards to the audience that the book is targeted to. Some kids struggle with reading and adding a layer of difficulty by making the text all weird doesn't help. The premise of the story is good, although it is highly unlikely that someone would get sent to the principal for just pulling someone's hair. Again, I didn't really like how it was text on one page and then I'd have to scroll to the next to see the picture. I didn't think all of the pictures really fit the meaning of the text. For example, when Thomas gets in trouble for what Luther did, it looks as if he is smiling instead of worried or scared like the text implies. It's good to have pictures that go well with the text in order for kids to use a visual cueing system while reading. This book hinders the production and use of that cueing system, which, again, is a disservice to the audience they are targeting. I think the moral of the story is good, but once again it has been done before and done better by other authors. (*Note I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through LibraryThing's Member Giveaway program.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jeannette

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deirdre

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christina Browne

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  6. 5 out of 5

    Hemant Pasari

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anil Kumar

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Smith

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