The Boy Who Cried Wolf
This old fable introduces students to a young child who learns the importance of telling the truth. When the boy's tricks backfire, he realizes that lying will keep people from believing him when he needs it most.
Fable titles feature classic stories from different cultures and backgrounds. Retold for K–2 classrooms and using beautiful artwork, these fiction stories introduce SEL themes to young learners.
Nonfiction titles offer a range of unique topics packed with real-world knowledge. These informational texts help young learners to develop their analytical skills and include key nonfiction text features (TOC, glossary, index, etc.).
This series is also available in Spanish. Click here to view the Spanish version of this series.