Manners Can Be Fun

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Coté 5 sur 5Â par Sweet Little Book I love this book, and my children love it as well. It makes those pesky manners fun to put into practice. I might be "old-fashioned", but I even love the separate lessons for young gentlemen and ladies. Very cute book and nice quality as well. 4 décembre 2010
Coté 5 sur 5Â par great book I love this adorable book and how it goes beyond plain manners like "please" and "thank you" and "wait to be excused before leaving the table." It also personifies bad traits by turning them into funny characters so children can see what the behavior looks like and how it might affect someone else #one character whines a lot, another always insists on being first, others never get invited to play because they always destroy their friends' toys...#. They remind me of Michelle Garcia Winner's Superflex characters, but in a format that is accessible and easy to use for parents. It's definitely a great addition to any family's library. 25 janvier 2013
Coté 5 sur 5Â par I am sold! The first day I read this to my son, whom is four. I thought he might be hesistant to not understand. That evening at dinner he said to my husband. "Daddy, I have to ask to be excused from the table after I am done eating". I am sold! 15 novembre 2009
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JAUNE First published in 1936, Munro Leaf's friendly little volume teaches simple etiquette through the adventures of the Mefirsts, the Whineys, and a host of other characters. N° de style : 670721 Manners Can Be Fun