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Princess : a glittering guide for young ladies —Gurney, Stella, 1975-

Teaches girls life skills by showing them how to behave like princesses.

Teasing —Berry, Joy Wilt.

Teaches readers why some children tease others and provides practical tips on how to handle their teasing.

Being mean —Berry, Joy Wilt.

Shows how to turn misbehavior into good behavior, discusses the damaging effects of cruelty , and offers ways to avoid being mean to others.

Please —Amos, Janine.

To show others we care about their feelings, people say "please" when they would like something or when they need help.

Being good : English-Arabic

Vibrant illustrations and clear text help children discover two languages by learning phrases associated with good behavior, including helping with dinner, saying please, doing homework, and holding the door for others.

Who peed? —Hale, Ohara, author, illustrator.

Sneezing, burping, farting, pooing and peeing: basic functions that elicit all kinds of reactions from kids, ranging from hilarity to creativity to withholding and a variety of reactions from adults, from reluctant amuse...

No, thank you —Amos, Janine.

To let others know in a kind way that we don't want something, people say "No, thank you" and smile.

Taking turns —Amos, Janine.

Provides examples and tips for working things out when two people want the same thing.

Please and thank you! —Ackerman, Jill.

"Please and thank you is the perfect introduction to these two magic phrases that all little ones should know. Engaging, oversized lift-the-flaps throughout the interiors allow children to listen, explore, and learn the ...

After you —Amos, Janine.

When we let someone else go ahead of us or when we courteously wait for our turn, we say "After you" to show that we respect others.

Manners at the store —Heos, Bridget, author.

"A young monster with no manners goes grocery shopping with his dad and older brother, who teaches him how to have manners at the supermarket"-- Provided by publisher.

Be respectful! : a hero's guide to being courteous. —Olson, Elsie, 1986- author.

Be respectful! Did you know you have superpowers? These powers help you be respectful and courteous! Learn how to show tolerance. Discover why politeness is important. Find out how to do good deeds and make good choices....

I can take turns —Nunn, Daniel, author.

This book takes a very simple look at taking turns. Leveled text with repeated use of high frequency words makes the book perfect for beginning readers, while bright, colorful illustrations complement the text and mainta...

Don't slurp your soup : a first guide to letter writing, e-mail etiquette, and other everyday manners —Gibbs, Lynne.

Explores the benefits of good manners in everyday situations, providing specific examples of what the rules are and why it is important to think of how one's actions affect other people.

Be polite and kind —Meiners, Cheri J., 1957-

Demonstrates ways of showing politeness, speaking kindly, using basic courtesies, and respecting the feelings of others. Includes role-playing activities.

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