September Is National Children's Good Manners Month
Just like kids, dinosaurs have a difficult time learning to behave at the table. However, with a little help from Mom and Dad, these young dinosaurs eat all before them with smiles and goodwill.
Ginny Mae thinks her dog, Ol' Red, has got it made. All day long, he lies in the sun, chasing cats and scratching an occasional itch. He eats with his mouth open, runs around barefoot, and leaves his stuff wherever he wants. Best of all, Ol' Red never, ever has to say please.
What do you say when:
you bump into a crocodile on a crowded city street?
a nice gentleman introduces you to a baby elephant?
the Queen feeds you so much spaghetti that you don't fit in your chair anymore?
This is the funniest book of manners you'll ever read!
Want to learn the magic words that make people happy? Or how to seem more grown up at the dinner table? Join Emily and Ethan as they take you through elementary rules of etiquette for everyday use.