New Book Shares Wisdom for Instilling the Truth Trait in Children

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Children’s book from educator Eunice E. A. Parbi helps develop truth trait and positive character.

What’s the best way to teach children to tell the truth when the opposite can be so much easier? Parent and educator Eunice E. A. Parbi inspires children to tell the truth through her entertaining and character-building story “Yum! Yum! Yum!” According to Parbi, nurturing and raising children with strong positive character is our collective responsibility, which her book helps foster.

“It is the trait we feed which will grow,” Parbi says. “We need to nurture the truth trait from childhood.”

When Adam shares his candy with his classmates that he should not have, it tests all of their honesty when their teacher asks for the truth. The students soon find that telling the truth is even better than candy.

The story of Adam and his classmates will inspire children to tell the truth and help them realize that doing the right thing will always make them feel good about themselves. Yum! Yum! Yum! is a tool for parents, educators and anyone who comes in contact with children to teach them to value honesty and build positive character.

“This is an educational and positive character building and development book, which encourages children to be truthful no matter how embarrassing the truth might sometimes seem to others, “ Parbi says. “In this way, we will never depart from it and help build a truthful society.”

“Yum! Yum! Yum!”
Trust Us! We Will Blow It! Series 1
By Eunice E. A. Parbi
ISBN: 978-1-4772-4719-8 (sc); 978-1-4772-4720-4 (e)
Softcover, $21.35
Ebook, $3.99
Approximately 28 pages
Available at and

About the author
Educated at Cambridge University, Eunice Efiba Asare Parbi is a teacher, counselor and learning mentor. She prefers writing children’s books, which she finds more fulfilling and humbling. Yum! Yum! Yum! is the first of her ‘Trust Us! We Will Blow It!” series of children’s books. Eunice is married to Emmanuel with two daughters, Eusebia and Eliza. She lives in Cambridge, U.K., with her family.

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