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Author: Annabel Spenceley,Janine Amos
ISBN13: 978-0754090236
Title: No, Thank You! (Good Manners)
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Publisher: Cherrytree Books (September 30, 1998)
Pages: 32

No, Thank You! (Good Manners) by Annabel Spenceley,Janine Amos

Personal Name: Amos, Janine. Includes bibliographical references (p. 32). Personal Name: Spenceley, Annabel, ill. Personal Name: Amos, Janine.

Choose from books that teach you how to say "No, thank you", "Thank you", "I'm Sorry", "Hello", "After You" and "Please". In Traditional Chinese characters, zhuyin (30 pages), and if you flip it around, it's in English (30 pages). and here for english book covers and sample images. This series teaches children the importance of good manners by using daily scenarios that are illustrated by colorful pictures. Choose from books that teach you how to say "No, thank you", "Thank you", "I'm Sorry", "Hello", "After You" and "Please". By Janine Amos, Illustrated by Annabel Spenceley, Hardcover, Traditional Chinese characters and Zhuyin Part:30 pages, English Part:30 pages, . 5"x9. Item: Good Manners Series.

No Thank You (Good Manners . (Hardcover) Author: Janine Amos Publisher: Cherrytree Books. Author: Janine Amos Illustrator: Annabel Spenceley Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing.

Good manners make life pleasant for us all. Each title in Courteous Kids contains several simple and instructive stories that show young readers and children being read to by grown-ups how to be kind to other people, respect others' rights and privileges, and show that they care about others' feelings. There is no spiritual moral, This cute book contains three short examples of children who forgot and then remembered to say thank you. Each time the example child forgets, the author asks, "How does (the giver/helper) feel?" so that the reader/listener can think about it and answer. When the example child remembers to say thank you, the author then asks the reader/listener how the giver/helper feels now.

Good Manners) - by Janine Amos, Annabel Spenceley PDF version. 1409 downloads at 19 mb/s. Good manners make life pleasant for us all.

Good Manners) Janine Amos, Annabel Spenceley (Illustrator/-in) Cherrytree Books, 1998. 1. No, Thank You! (Good manners) Janine Amos Cherrytree Books, 1998. Please (Good Manners) Kelly Doudna SandCastle, 2002 . Please! (Good Manners) Janine Amos Cherrytree Books, 2005 . Thank You (Good Manners) Kelly Doudna SandCastle, 2001 . Thank You! Janine Amos Cherrytree Books, 2005 .

When I was in the library last week I found two (non-fiction) books that I thought would go well with M’s inventions: Three Cheers for Inventors by Marcia Williams, and Owning Up by Janine Amos and Annabel Spenceley. I have previously bought home several books by Marcia Williams – I love her comic book way of introducing readers to various classics (eg. The Adventures of Robin Hood, Mr William Shakespeare’s Plays, and Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales). Although an older child (say 8-12) might get the most out of these books, M has also enjoyed them a great deal, especially Greek Myths

Good Manners) Paperback – May 1, 2005. by Janine Amos (Author). Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.

Personal Name: Amos, Janine. Rubrics: Courtesy Juvenile literature Children Conduct of life Etiquette. Download now No, thank you by Janine Amos ; illustrated by Annabel Spenceley. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.