The Pudding Problem

The Pudding Problem

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Sam is a habitual liar. He would rather skirt the truth, and avoid trouble, than be completely honest. However, he soon finds out that in trying to avoid trouble, not telling the truth gets him in to all sorts of scrapes. His Mum, Dad, Sister and Grandpa would like him to be more honest, but will Sam ever learn?
Publisher: Simon & Schuster,
ISBN: 9781471146244
Branch Call Number: JF BERG
Characteristics: 232 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm


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JCLChrisK Jun 22, 2017

A fun entry in the category of heavily-illustrated confessional stories along the lines of Big Nate and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Sam makes a good narrator even though he admits from the start he is a serial liar, telling the tale of getting himself into and out of trouble with a bully and his family with lies (and maybe just a bit of honesty).

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