Manners and Me: An Easy-Peasy Guide for Kids and the Grown Ups Who Love Them
If kids don’t play nicely and well at school, in class, or on the playground, it’s a lot less fun than it could be. And if kids don’t listen at home, it can also make it less fun. Basic manners are usually not taught in school, and it seems like a lot of families don’t teach them either.
Manners and Me: An Easy-Peasy Guide for Kids and the Grown Ups Who Love Them, written by Nancy Dorrier and illustrated by Ralph Voltz, gives ten basic rules for good manners. It won’t tell you what fork to use at a fancy restaurant, but it will tell you how to ask the people around you which fork to use. The ten manners are simple and basic, and are a good idea for everyone – kids and grown ups – to obey. If everyone followed these manners, the world would be a lot nicer. I think this book is good for pre-K through 1st grade.
|Author||Nancy Dorrier • Ralph Voltz, Illustrator|
|Page Count||24 pages|
|Publisher||Brown Books Kids|
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