BetterNot! And the Tale of Bratsville
Teaching Morals and Manners
By Gene Del Vecchio
Publisher: BetterNot Enterprises
Published: June 2015
ISBN: 978-0692471050 (hc)
ISBN: 978-1512022216 (pb)
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.) and PDF
This magical, delightful children’s series is about BetterNot, a mysterious character who arrives in a flash to aid parents by helping their children learn fun, yet valuable lessons about morals and manners such as fairness, honesty, and kindness. It is brought to life with unique, colorful, engaging illustrations.
This first story is BetterNot! And the Tale of Bratsville – Teaching Morals and Manners. It’s about a town filled with very naughty children like Larry Liar, Rebecca Robber and Lilly Loudmouth. As the parents told their children again and again what they better not do, the magical creature named BetterNot rose from his magical, bubbling purple swamp to come to their aid. He swooped into town to teach each child a fun yet valuable lesson in a way that fit each child’s poor behavior.
Children everywhere need to obey their parents. If they do not, BetterNot might come to your town, too! Look for future books in this series.
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