In this story, Buddy is worried that he will get in trouble if he takes responsibility for his misbehavior and mistakes, and finds it easier and safer to blame others. Children start getting angry for being blamed and refuse to play with Buddy. He learns what it feels like to be unfairly accused when he is blamed for the misbehavior and mistakes of another. Buddy realizes that he has been lying and blaming instead of taking responsibility. He learns to admit his mistakes and make amends for past errors. The story is accompanied by questions to stimulate discussion of important issues. This pack contains reproducible activities, a story book, posters, and a user's guide.