A combination of hilarious, colorful illustrations, comic-bookish playlets such as "You Are Interrupting Again, Leon," some of what a grown up might call role-playing, and miscellaneous other gems, the book adds up to the best child's handbook on manners since the Goops showed up at the end of the 19th century.
[Offered for ages 4 and up, but useful to any child, family, or k-3 classroom.]
My daughter (5.5) loved it, and read it many times. I also overheard her "teaching" her 3.5 year old sister good manners. I first borrowed it from the library. Read morePublished 5 months ago by YBCHEN
I grew up with this book on the shelf in our home, and when my mother handed me a copy fifteen years later, I took it with delight! Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Widmark
does not read like a story but more like a comic book. mostly pic that you need to explain to your childPublished 7 months ago by jghmom
This makes the subject of manners fun, and easy to understand. The book is well illustrated and written, and the price was great. The seller got it to me quickly.Published 11 months ago by S. Honeck
My granddaughter has asked me to read this book to her several times. I think she likes the pictures and the content being read, and she'll sometimes quote information from the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Patricia
Many people buy this book for preschoolers, but IMHO the subtlety of the illustrations are lost on younger kids. Read morePublished 13 months ago by engk916