Excuse Me A Little Book of Manners
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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."
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
Updates the classic guide to business etiquette with information on sexual harassment, diversity and plurality, ethics, and the special problems of female executives
"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. "
Celebrate all the special things that only big kids can do in this bright and bouncy Classic Board Book from Karen Katz. Big kids can do all sorts of things babies cannot: zip their own zippers, drink from a cup, read their own books, and even sleep in a BIG bed! Karen Katz’s energetic text and illustrations highlight the awesome aspects of getting big, making this the perfect board book for older toddlers who are proud of everything they can do.
Rhyming text explains the need for please and thank you and other examples of good manners.
When his radio breaks, a little fox finds that the forest is filled with its own rhythm and music--drip drops and chirp chirps--in this picture book that gently introduces the concept of mindfulness. A little fox is digging for food when--OUCH! What is that?--the fox finds a box! When the fox brings the box home to his animal friends--and turns a funny-looking knob--the box starts to sing, and music fills the forest. Everyone agrees that it feels nice. Day and night, they listen to the box's songs, until, one day, it goes quiet. No matter what they try, they just can't get the box to sing again. The animals stop swishing their tails and flapping their wings.... But, in the silence, the fox hears the drip-drop rhythm of melting icicles and the thump thump of a beaver's tail and comes to realize music is everywhere. The noises of the forest and the animals build into a symphony, until, eventually, everyone joins together in a joyous dance party. From the author of fan favorite Douglas, You Need Glasses!, here is a wonderful celebration of music--and appreciating the little things that have surrounded you all along.
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.
Everyone's together and it's a happy day. The magic words 'Excuse me' have helped all to play. This book tells the adventures of four busy children that find out when it's good to say 'Excuse me'. It has rewards stickers to encourage good manners and parent notes.
Martha May has marvellous manners. She always says please and thank you ...and she most certainly DOES NOT FART! But what will happen on the day of the Baked Bean Bonanza?! Catch a whiff of this hilarious tale about finally letting go, from Dave Hughes, Holly Ife and Philip Bunting.
Babies from one to ten enjoy a bouncy, noisy, jiggly day until they are finally fast asleep at night.
An introduction to the basics of good manners, from meeting and greeting people to proper telephone and mealtime behavior.
Shows young readers that there is a better way to act out frustration than to bite, hit, push, or kick.
Young children describe how they feel when they want milk and crackers, get tickled, yawn, and receive lots of kisses.
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.
With interactive flaps and child-appealing text, the author describes the steps a toddler must go through in learning how to use the potty.
Manners don’t come naturally to everyone! But did you know that elephants are known for their impeccable etiquette? It’s true! This hilarious guide to good manners offers many fun teaching moments for kids and their parents—it covers all the basics for the preschool set, from saying “please” and “thank you” to sharing and being kind to others. Filled with bright, adorable illustrations in Hello!Lucky’s inimitable style, young children will love learning about manners with this delightful, sturdy board book.