Yes, Please! No, Thank You

Manners are important, as my grandma always taught me.  This book makes them fun.  In a clever question answer format, Valerie Wheeler hits the message home.  Quirky illustrations by Glin Dibley embellish the fun text.

Try making up some of your own questions and illustrations and make a class sequel to Yes, Please!  No, Thank You. The book is also fun to act out or use as a readers theatre.

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