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“Oh moon so full, round, and bright We beg one favor of you tonight For witches who tattle, witches who snitch, Tie their tongues, zip their lips! No witch shall squeal or tell on friends. This spell will be broken when the snitching ends!” Tattling is an all too familiar occurrence among children that can have harmful impacts on friends and relationships. This spellbinding story encourages children to examine the difference between snitching and telling, and the impact of their words on others. Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers with more information about snitching versus telling and what adults can do to help.
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Frank J. Sileo, PhD, is a New Jersey licensed psychologist and the founder and executive director of The Center for Psychological Enhancement in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He received his doctorate from Fordham University in New York City and is consistently recognized as one of New Jersey's top kids' doctors. He is the author of nine other award-winning children's books, including Sally Sore Loser: A Story About Winning and Losing, Don't Put Yourself Down in Circus Town: A Story About Self-Confidence, A World of Pausabilities: An Exercise in Mindfulness, Did You Hear?: A Story About Gossip, Bee Still: An Invitation to Meditation, and Bee Calm: The Buzz on Yoga. Visit drfranksileo.com and @DrFrankSileo on Twitter.MacKenzie Haley is an illustrator who lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her cat, Booger. She studied illustration at the University of Dayton. Visit mackenziehaley.com, and @mackenzie_haley on Instagram.