Liar, Liar: The Theory, Practice and Destructive Properties of Deception Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
©2011 Gary Paulsen (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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The liar bookReviewed in Germany on 16 July 2014
Liar liar is a very good book. Kids could learn from it. I would recommend it for middle school students.
PARENTS OF 5TH GRADERS AND UP - READ THIS BOOK!Reviewed in the United States on 1 December 2013
Another well written book by Gary Paulson with a message for both teenagers and their parents. First of all - for teenagers- lying, although appealing in short run, can have severe consequences. Telling the truth is generally the best policy. Second of all - for the parents- teenagers do lie-even or especially, the really smart ones. My husband and I are on our last round of high school with the youngest of our four children, and I wish that I had read this before the oldest towering to high school. This book is writ tree encounter from the perspective of an eight grade boy, and I do think the procuring a girl friend issues are a bit too mature for 5th graders. However, parents, if you have a 5th grade student, read this book now! Perhaps I would not have been so gullible if I had!
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Exactly what was expectedReviewed in the United States on 26 July 2020
Exactly what was expected
Great bookReviewed in the United States on 31 October 2018
This book suites every middle schooler and they can all relate to this story. It really shows a good life lesson. Just a warning, there are some bad words in here that could be inappropriate or offensive to some viewers. Overall it's a great book😊
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Disappointing...Reviewed in the United States on 6 June 2016
My middle school below-grade-level reading students loved Lawn Boy so we thought that they would like Liar, Liar. We have nearly completed the book but the story has not engaged them and they don't even care to finish it. I have never before experienced this with a Gary Paulsen book!
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