Friday, September 13, 2019

Snitchy Witch teaches children a lesson about tattling.

I received this book from The Center of Psychological Enhancement for review.  Written by Frank J. Sileo PHD and illustrated by MacKenzie Haley, Snitchy Witch teaches children a valuable lesson about tattling.

Children often have a habit of tattling on each other, and this can cause anger issues, hurt feelings and other problems in a child's friendships and social relationships.  While there are some instances when a child needs to tell something, tattling on every little thing will negatively impact a child.  

Snitchy Witch encourages children to think before they tattle, and to think about the impact their words will have on others.  It encourages them to see that there is a difference in snitching and telling.  It is a really cute story that your kids will love, with the added bonus of teaching a lesson. 

Dr. Frank J. Sileo, PHD is a New Jersey licensed Psychologist and is the founder and Executive Director of The Center For Psychological Enhancement, LLC located in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He received his Doctorate in psychology from Fordham University in New York City. He received his Master of Science degree from Fordham University and his Bachelor’s degree from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York. Dr. Sileo has been in private practice in Ridgewood, New Jersey since 1995. Since 2010, Dr. Sileo has been consistently voted one of New Jersey's Favorite Kids' Docs by readers of New Jersey Family magazine.  He is an award winning author and an active public speaker. He is the author of ten and soon to be eleven children's picture books.

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