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It Wasn't Me!

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Mouse learns about the dangers of jumping to conclusions when he and Ferret prematurely accuse Raven of stealing Ferret's raspberries.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by NorthSouth (first published 2001)
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Mar 20, 2010 Colleen rated it it was amazing
Great children's picture book! It teaches about jumping to conclusions, blaming and forgiveness. This book opened a great dialogue between me and my 5 year old and in the end she decided that blaming is wrong and you should have proof before you accuse someone.
Cute book about false accusations and leaping to conclusions. The illustrations are cute but the end covers, with all the ants and raspberries was my personal favorite.
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Udo Weigelt was born in 1960 in Hamburg, Germany. After secondary school he began his training in business but soon stopped to attend the College for Graphics and Design. In 1987 he finished his further education by studying German and history. Udo Weigelt has written many children’s books for North-South Books that have been translated into numerous languages. He also writes under the pseudonyms ...more
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