Ruthy is a sweet 5 year old girl, who has gotten used to not telling the truth.
She breaks the rules and says, “It wasn’t me!”
Nothing helps until Dad comes up with an idea that changes the rules of the game.
Now Ruthy is “Truthy Ruthy”. Bravo, Daddy!
How does Dad change the rules? Read our humorous, fun story to find out!
It’s a must for all children and parents, preschool teachers, the rapists and coaches.
The book includes free quality gifts for the free time of the summer vacations in with suggestions for entertaining true-or-false games for family activities and a template for a Certificate of Excellence with suggestions for small gestures of communication between family members as a Certificate of Excellence for being a good friend…a Certificate of Appreciation for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, siblings, the dog, the cat…
Targeted Age Group:
Children’s books age 3-8
The book Truthy Ruthy is a must for every child, parent, preschool teacher, therapist and coach. The book gives unique and creative tools for dealing with the issue of truth-telling among young children, a matter that comes up in almost every family. It raises the problem — how to deal with telling the truth — and offers a creative, unexpected solution that leaves both children and their parents surprised.
The book includes wonderful and delightful free gifts with suggestions for entertaining true-or-false games for family activities, for developing imagination and improving communication.
The book also offers a template for a Certificate of Excellence with suggestions for small gestures of communication between family members, for example: a Certificate of Excellence for telling the truth, for being a good friend…a Certificate of Appreciation for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, siblings, the dog, the cat…a Certificate of Apology if I’ve offended you or hurt your feelings, and more…and more…
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
As an expert in the development of creative thinking, a coach and a mediator, what I hope my readers will get from this book is the concept of creativity as a state of mind; when they face a problem, they’ll put their inventor hats on and invent brilliant ideas and solutions; they’ll be surprising and bring about real change. So here is to future successes!
Sari Barel is an international expert and workshop leader in the development of creative thinking and the co-author of the “Think Like a Zebra®” method and book series — thinking outside the box — that deals with creative thinking and brainstorming in business and in life. The first book in the series has been published in English, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, and Hebrew, and there are workshop centers using this method in Japan, Holland and Israel.
Sari Barel is a graduate of the ISEME, an extension of the University of Swinburne, Australia, where she earned the degree of Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MEI).,
Sari is the author of the children’s book series “How to deal with… ” that offers creative ideas for different subjects that occupy the minds of children. Her creative journey includes: specializing in advertising as a copywriter, specializing in film as a scriptwriter and actor; specializing in education; coaching and mediation; specializing in marketing communication
The variety of Sari’s background is directed to her stated goal, which is to help as many people as possible–adults and children– to escape restrictive thinking patterns and realize their full potential, not only in their life’s work, but inWhat Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My creative family was the source of inspiration for me to write this book. We too had difficulty with one of my children who tested the boundaries of truth, until my husband surprised us all with an unconventional and brave concept, “People are allowed to not tell the truth!”…Within a week my child asked us to tell the truth; he was convinced he himself had invented the truth…and he was so proud of himself. We learned just how much a creative idea can be worth! Twenty years have passed since then and one could say that the most pronounced values our family has include: integrity, creativity and a sense of humor.