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
To the mess hall on the double! It's chow time, little soldiers! And time to learn the rules of engagement at the dinner table, like wearing the proper fatigues (Keep your pants on!), landing food in the Drop Zone (Your mouth!), not going AWOL (Stay in your seat, soldier!), and most importantly respecting your company (How about a "please" and "thank you"?). In no time, you'll be meals-up and ready to go just don't forget to clear your plate. You copy? From Lemke & Lentz (creators of BASIC TRAINING: CALL OF DOODIE and WEARABLE BOOKS), this clever, quirky board book transforms table manners into active duty.
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.
Written and illustrated by the talented and award-winning author-illustrator Rebecca Cobb, this extraordinary book deals with the loss of a parent from a child's point of view. Perfectly pitched text and evocative artwork explore the many emotions a bereaved child may experience, from anger to guilt and from sadness to bewilderment. And importantly, the book also focuses on the positive - the recognition that the child is still part of a family, and that his memories of his mother are to be treasured. Beautifully illustrated with moments of wonderful warmth and the gentlest humour, Missing Mummy is a touching, honest and helpful book that approaches a difficult subject with great integrity.