Diamond Rattle Loves to Tattle

Diamond Rattle Loves to Tattle: Learning the Difference Between Trying to Help Someone in Trouble and Trying to Get Someone in Trouble

Diamond is proud to be the school’s biggest tattler, always slithering up to the teacher to rat out anyone who makes a mistake or acts a little mischievous.

Is she just a snake in the grass who can’t be trusted? The class busybody who likes getting her classmates into trouble? Or does she tattle because she thinks it’s the only right thing to do?


Diamond Rattle Loves to Tattle

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A fun way to help understand the difference between trying to HELP someone in trouble and trying to GET someone in trouble.

Tips for caregivers and educators are included at the end of the story to help children understand other options for problem solving.

Author: Ashley Bartley, M,Ed, NCC

Illustrator: Brian Martin


31 pages

Interest Age: 5 to 12

Published by Boys Town Press