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Being Frank —Earnhardt, Donna W.

Frank struggles to learn the art of being tactful when he observes that his friend has freckles resembling the Big Dipper, his teacher has breath that smells like onions, and his principal's toupee looks like a weasel.

We were liars —Lockhart, E., author.

Each summer the wealthy, seemingly perfect Sinclair family meets on their private island. Cadence, Johnny, Mirren, and Gat are a unit, especially during "summer 15," marking their fifteenth year on Beechwood -- the summe...

Pretty baby —Kubica, Mary, author.

"Heidi Wood has always been a charitable woman. Still, her husband and daughter are horrified when Heidi returns home one day with a young woman named Willow and her four-month-old baby in tow. Disheveled and apparently ...

The boy who cried Bigfoot! —Magoon, Scott.

Ben has so often tried to convince people he has seen Bigfoot that when a real yeti arrives and borrows his bicycle, no one comes to see if Ben is telling the truth.

Serpico

Adaptation of a true story where a young New York police officer refuses to extort money from criminals as the other officers do. His fellow police officers turn against him when he seeks to expose the situation during a...

Here comes the parade! —Dungy, Tony, author.

When they find a lost wallet at the parade, the Dungy children learn an important lesson about telling the truth and doing the right thing.

The authenticity project a novel —Pooley, Clare.
Large Print
2020
Availability: 10 of 10

Julian Jessop, an eccentric, lonely artist and septuagenarian believes that most people aren't really honest with each other. But what if they were? And so he writes--in a plain, green journal--the truth about his own li...

The best lies —Lyu, Sarah, author.

Told in alternating timelines, seventeen-year-old Remy Tsai's boyfriend, Jack, is shot by her best friend, Elise, and while police investigate, Remy probes her memories for the truth of their friendship.

If I'm being honest —Wibberley, Emily, author.

Cameron Bright is known for her brutal honesty, but when her crush, Andrew, decides that her bluntness is a turn-off, she vows to tame herself by making amends with everyone she has wronged, starting with Brendan.

The tomb robber and King Tut —Gauch, Sarah, author.

Hassan, grandson of tomb robbers, joins the dig of King Tut's tomb, but must show honesty to continue working.

The bug flu —Kirk, David, 1955-

Dragon learns a lesson when he pretends to be sick.

The fight for Kidsboro —Younger, Marshal.

As mayor of Kidsboro, Ryan Cummings faces losing his office, a war against Max Darby's Bettertown, an economic crisis, the threat that a dangerous secret will be revealed, and citizens' concerns about taxes and the servi...

The stinky truth —Berger, Joe, 1970- author, illustrator.

Sam Lyttle's mother will allow him to see the first Wolfe Stone movie at the end of the summer only if he can avoid telling a single lie until then.

Pants on fire —Cabot, Meg.

Having become a proficient liar in order to keep everyone happy, rising high school senior Katie Ellison is stunned when her old middle school friend and local pariah Tommy Sullivan returns to town, and suddenly things s...

Who we were in the dark —Taylor, Jessica, 1985- author.

"Donner Lake is famous for its dazzling waters, dramatic mountains, and the travelers trapped there long ago who did unspeakable things to survive. But for lonely Nora Sharpe, Donner was where a girl named Grace glided i...

Veil —Farrow, Dylan, 1985- author.

Seventeen-year-old Shae and her friends journey to the mysterious land of Gondal in search of a dangerous magical book that could alter the fabric of the world, but as they cross the borders, they discover a world ruled ...

The missing cupcake mystery —Dungy, Tony.

Justin, Jordan, and Jade's mother agrees to buy cupcakes if the trio will wait until after dinner to eat them, but one cupcake goes missing and until the mystery is solved, no one will get dessert.

Horrible Harry and the field day revenge —Kline, Suzy, author.

Paired up with his friend Doug to compete at field day events, Harry's sneaky tactics are considered by some to be cheating, so he and Doug must learn to win fair and square.

Lying up a storm —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Whenever Levi doesn't like the truth, he kinda, sorta makes up other stuff to say. One day his mother explains to him that telling lies will damage the trust of his friends and make him very sad. This book is a great res...

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