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."
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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.
Cheeky Monkey is excited about going to the park, but his bad behaviour is making everyone cross. Can he find the right words to make things better?
"Lessons that teach basic manners and social skills, including being grateful, complimenting others, coughing and sneezing, good sportsmanship, having a good attitude, lining up, listening, please and thank you, table manners, tolerance and understanding, and many, many more."--Pg. of cover.
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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
Ali has partnered with her five-year-old granddaughter, Leah AliMarie Dorn, adding her perspective to help all little children just like her to learn their manners in a fun and happy way.