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Miles McHale, Tattletale
Miles McHale, Tattletale
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Miles McHale, Tattletale

Miles McHale is a tattletale. And everybody knows it. But he's not the only one who needs help, so his teacher decides: it's time to fight the Tattle Battle! But will Miles figure out the right time to tell a grown-up about another person's behavior, or is he doomed to be a tattletale forever?

PublisherPicture Window Books
BrandLittle Boost
Age Level4-8 Years
Reading LevelGrades K-2
Trim Size10 x 10
Page Count32
Paper Over Board



Kirkus Reviews

"The titular little chick learns an important lesson about what behaviors need to be reported and which to just let slide. . . .offer[s] some simple, easy-to-remember rhymes to help guide children toward appropriate sharing of concerns. . . .this book fills a niche for those seeking titles dealing with this particular issue of character education." - Kirkus Reviews

December 1, 2016

Foreward Reviews - Pallas Gates McCorquodale

"Knowing when to speak up and when to stay quiet can take quite a bit of thought and practice, especially if you are super observant and eager. In Miles McHale, Tattletale, Christianne Jones humorously relates one boy’s struggle to leave behind his tattling ways. A veritable zooful of friends brightens the story, with art by Elina Ellis, as Miles points his feathered finger at one classmate after another until wise Mrs. Snitcher creatively intervenes." - Foreward Reviews

March 2, 2017

Imagination Soup - Melissa Taylor

"This is a great book for that certain age — around 5 and 6 when tattling can be problematic. Miles McHale is a constant tattletale. So his teacher, Mrs. Snitcher, starts the “Tattle Battle” with this pledge: “If a friend is sick, hurt, or in harm’s way, then telling someone is okay.” And when Miles’s sister slips and falls, he learns the important difference between telling and tattling." - Imagination Soup

March 30, 2017


School Library Journal - Kathia Ibacache, Simi Valley

"With speech bubble dialogue and engaging, digitally produced, pastel illustrations, this picture book flows naturally and presents a conflict that young readers will easily understand. An ideal read-aloud for a storytime at school, at home, or in the library. A popular choice for most collections." - School Library Journal

June 1, 2017

Imagination Soup - Melissa Taylor

"Tattling can be a huge distraction from learning, not to mention other kids don’t like it. Read this book to inspire change. . . .Well-done with charming illustrations." - Imagination Soup

March 30, 2017

Christianne C. Jones

Christianne C. Jones

Growing up in a small town with no cable (and parents who were teachers), reading was the only thing to do. Since then, Christianne Jones has read about a bazillion books and written more than 50. Christianne works as an editor and lives in Minnesota with her husband and three daughters.

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