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Books with title My Little Book of Manners

  • Excuse Me: A Little Book of Manners

    Karen Katz

    Hardcover (Grosset & Dunlap, May 27, 2002)
    "Please" and "thank you" are fun and easy to remember with Excuse Me!. Simple and repetitive, it's the perfect way to introduce those magic words that all little ones should know. From burping to breaking a sibling's toy, toddlers will love seeing these appealing babies in situations they know all about, and they'll have fun lifting the flaps to discover the right words to say-"Excuse me!" and "I'm sorry!"
  • My Little Book of Manners

    Edited by Sequoia Children's Publishing

    Hardcover (Sequoia Children's Publishing, July 2, 2019)
    Yes, please, and thank you! This beautiful padded treasury is an easy way to teach your little one about manners. Through lovely life lessons and beautiful artwork, My Little Book of Manners will have you and your little one sharing stories about honesty, patience, and the importance of using the right words. You can even personalize the book to make it extra special. Stories include: Please and Thank You In The Bathroom Good Manners Play Nice A Helping Hand Be Patient Let's Be Friends Table Manners Excuse Me I'm Sorry Be Honest Let's Share Goops
  • My Little Book of Words

    Roger Priddy

    Board book (Priddy Books, April 3, 2018)
    With bright pictures and simple labels, My Little Book of Words will make a fabulous addition to your child's early learning library. This classic, Priddy title is a step on from a first words book and will help your toddler to develop their vocabulary and strengthen their language skills. With colorful photographs of items your child will recognize, labeled simply and clearly, there is plenty for toddlers to explore in this engaging board book. The rainbow-colored, stepped edges make it easy for little hands to turn the page and encourages toddlers to discover each section.Also available: My Little Book of Animals.
  • My Little Book of Prayers

    Suzy Spafford

    Hardcover (Harvest House Publishers, Jan. 1, 2005)
    Invite children to follow the lively characters of Suzy’s Zoo® along a parade of praises and prayers. Animated illustrations and light prose encourage little ones to talk to God as they count blessings, ask for guidance, share joys, and rejoice in their special qualities and circumstances. This engaging gift will add spirit to every cause for celebration—birthdays, religious holidays, or the start of a great library.
  • My little book of Manners

    Temeka Thatch

    language (, March 22, 2020)
    Please and thank you are essential in a child's world. Help children learn the importance of manners through My little book of manners.
  • My Little Book of Tractors

    Rod Green

    Hardcover (QEB Publishing, July 1, 2017)
    What is a tractor? How fast can a tractor go? Which tractors work on a building site? My Little Book of Tractors answers all these questions and more. Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with stunning photography to provide an excellent introduction to the different types of tractors and their jobs. Perfect for reluctant readers, this book will hold the interest of young children and encourage them to find out more about these amazing vehicles. An index helps readers to learn new vocabulary and the brilliant photographs make this an ideal spotters' guide for holidays in the countryside.
  • My Little Book of Space

    Peter Grego

    Hardcover (QEB Publishing, Sept. 23, 2014)
    What is the sun? Where does Earth fit into the solar system? Which planet is 1,321 times the size of Earth? Learning about space has never been so easy with this compact book of all things space. The interesting facts hook even the most reluctant readers. Learn why Saturn is surrounded by rings and how many years it takes the farthest planet to orbit the sun. Perfect for reluctant readers, this book maintains young children's attention and encourages them to find out all about the atmosphere surrounding the Earth and beyond. The My Little Book Of... series is perfect for reluctant readers. Each title in the series holds the interest of young children and encourages them to find out all about the world around them, and beyond.
  • This Little Piggy's Book of Manners

    Kathryn Madeline Allen, Nancy Wolff

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), Aug. 15, 2003)
    "This little piggy said 'please' and 'thank you.'This little piggy did not.This little piggy closed his mouth while he ate.This little piggy forgot.Oops!Just like little piggies, it's easy for young children to sometimes forget their manners. Here's a jaunty picture book that will make the learning experience all the more fun.
  • My Little Book of Manatees

    Hope Marston, Stephanie Mirocha

    Paperback (Windward Publishing, Oct. 1, 2007)
    My Little Book of Manatees is a delightful story about a new family of manatees. From the newborn manatee s first lessons in taking care of himself to the manatees playful adventures in warm spring waters, this beautifully illustrated book is ideal for introducing young children to the wonders of nature.
  • My Little Book of Cars

    Michael Worek

    Hardcover (Firefly Books, Oct. 11, 2013)
    A charming collection of photos all about cars and things connected to them. This lovely padded book introduces small children to a multitude of features relating to cars. Colorful photographs reveal close-up details ranging from seatbelts, gas pumps and car seats to full images of racecars, minivans and tow trucks. One- to three-word captions in large type describe the images and provide children with the opportunity to learn new words. Cars and their details featured in this book: Everyday cars such as the sedan, minivan and police cars Sports cars, stretch limousines, race cars, red cars and blue cars Classic and vintage cars, tractors and farm vehicles Illustrating a fender bender and tow trucks Close-up images such as an exhaust pipe, steering wheel and under the hood. Cars are everywhere and we use them every day. Their variety of shapes, colors and sounds makes them a perennial favorite of children.
  • My Little Book of River Otters

    Hope Irvin Marston, Maria Magdalena Brown

    Paperback (Muddy Boots, March 1, 2020)
    Charming, adventure-filled stories in which young children learn about the cycle of life.
  • My Little Book of Poems

    Rebecca Heller, Frances Score Mitchell

    Hardcover (Golden Book, Dec. 1, 1983)
    Nineteen poems about waking, mud, ducks, the seaside, snow, and other familiar experiences.