Presents babies in everyday situations from burping to breaking a sibling's toy, with flaps to lift to discover the right words to say, including "I'm sorry," "Excuse me," and "Thank you."
Gives examples of how young readers may channel their anger away from hitting people.
Hippo uses his manners to help a little chick.
Everyone's together and it's a happy day. The magic words "Exuse me" have helped us all to play! Follow the adventures of four busy children and find out why it's good to say "Excuse me!" Included are fun reward stickers to encourage good manners, and helpful notes for parents
A frog who loves to burp learns the value of good manners.
Rhyming text explains the need for please and thank you and other examples of good manners.
"In this sweet, humorous introduction to manners for little ones, Richard Morgan's appealing characters learn to say 'please' and 'thank you' when they want something, 'hello' and 'goodbye' when someone greets them, 'sorry' when things go wrong, and 'pardon' when they do a whoops! oddlers will instantly recognize the scenarios in this book and giggle with delight as they repeat along with the simple, rhythmical text. "
An introduction to the basics of good manners, from meeting and greeting people to proper telephone and mealtime behavior.
Are you polite when you are late for school - or do you push and shove others aside as you race for the bus stop?.
Manners start with a smile—then you add the words. There are polite words to use when you greet someone, ask for something, or (oops!) make a mistake. There’s even a nice way to say no. This book gives toddlers a head start on manners, setting the stage for social skills that will last a lifetime. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
|Author||: Judy Sierra|
|Publisher||: Knopf Books for Young Readers|
|Release Date||: 2012-01-10|
|ISBN 10||: 0375987290|
|Pages||: 40 pages|
A little girl is shopping in a grocery store when—surprise!—she meets a dinosaur. Don't worry. The dinosaur is very friendly. She's polite, too. In this funny story, told in lilting read-aloud rhyme, the girl has numerous opportunities to be helpful to the clumsy shopping dino and demonstrate when to say "thank you," "excuse me," "I'm sorry," "You're welcome," and other niceties of life. Tim Bowers's whimsical illustrations bring an extra dimension of fun to Judy Sierra's hilarious picture book fantasy. Altogether, Suppose You Meet a Dinosaur is an entertaining and painless way to show preschoolers why basic manners are a good thing to have.