Excuse Me A Little Book of Manners
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|Author||: Karen Katz|
Presents babies in everyday situations from burping to breaking a sibling's toy, with flaps to lift to discover the right words to say, including "I'm sorry," "Excuse me," and "Thank you."
|Author||: Richard Morgan|
|Editor||: Random House Children's Books|
"In this sweet, humorous introduction to manners for little ones, Richard Morgan's appealing characters learn to say 'please' and 'thank you' when they want something, 'hello' and 'goodbye' when someone greets them, 'sorry' when things go wrong, and 'pardon' when they do a whoops! oddlers will instantly recognize the scenarios in this book and giggle with delight as they repeat along with the simple, rhythmical text. "
|Author||: Letitia Baldrige|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Updates the classic guide to business etiquette with information on sexual harassment, diversity and plurality, ethics, and the special problems of female executives
|Author||: Elizabeth Verdick|
|Editor||: Free Spirit Publishing|
Manners start with a smile—then you add the words. There are polite words to use when you greet someone, ask for something, or (oops!) make a mistake. There’s even a nice way to say no. This book gives toddlers a head start on manners, setting the stage for social skills that will last a lifetime. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
Everyone's together and it's a happy day. The magic words "Exuse me" have helped us all to play! Follow the adventures of four busy children and find out why it's good to say "Excuse me!" Included are fun reward stickers to encourage good manners, and helpful notes for parents
|Author||: Emilie Barnes,Anne Christian Buchanan|
|Editor||: Harvest House Pub|
An introduction to the basics of good manners, from meeting and greeting people to proper telephone and mealtime behavior.
|Author||: Norman Bridwell|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Read all about Clifford's BIG ideas! Classic Clifford reissued! It only takes a little to BE BIG! Emily Elizabeth taught Clifford good manners. He always says "please" and "thank you," follows the rules, and SHARES with his friends. It's easy to like someone like Clifford: even if he makes mistakes, he always tries to be kind and considerate. The BE BIG campaign invites everyone, big and small, to take action and raise awareness for how CLIFFORD'S BIG IDEAS can make the world a better place.
|Author||: Bethany Roberts|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
In lilting rhymed text and colorful, lively pictures, three mischievous young monsters demonstrate good and bad manners in many situations, including playing, eating, reading, bathing, and cleaning house.
|Author||: Trinka Hakes Noble|
|Editor||: Sleeping Bear Press|
Lizzie loves school almost more than anything. First she loved Nursery school. She loved Kindergarten even more. When the time comes for Lizzie to start First Grade, she can't wait. Everyone tells her it will be a whole year of school. And Miss Giggliano, the first-grade teacher, tells her class to make this the best year of school ever. Yippee! thinks Lizzie--a whole year of school! And what a year it is. Miss G.'s class wins the Centipede Reading Award. And they even win the Nature Study Award for their bee and butterfly garden. It's a great year! But all great things must come to an end. When the last day of school arrives, Lizzie is dismayed. How can this be? It was supposed to be a whole year! But good news soon arrives and Lizzie, along with Miss G., finds herself in a different classroom and eager to learn!
|Author||: Rosanne Thomas|
What are the rules for business etiquette today? Is it acceptable to text your boss at home? What is the polite way to ask a colleague to take a distracting conversation behind closed doors? What about the use of smartphones in meetings? In today’s workplace, manners matter more than ever. With an increasing amount of open-plan workplaces and constant connectivity, the chances of unintentionally annoying or offending others is growing exponentially.Merging classic rules of behavior with new realities of modern business, Excuse Me spotlights dozens of puzzling situations, with suggestions for bridging divides. The book untangles the nuances of: meeting etiquette, interview expectations, proper office attire, electronic manners, privacy in tight spaces, nonverbal cues, small talk, social media use, and much more.In even the most diverse workplaces, good manners will create an atmosphere of respect, smoothing the way for everyone to succeed. Excuse Me explains how to begin. “Both novice and experienced workers will find a wealth of business etiquette in a book that, instead of excusing bad behavior, could help prevent it from happening in the first place” (Foreword Reviews).
|Author||: Laurie Keller|
|Editor||: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)|
"Do not do to others that which would anger you if others did it to you."—Socrates (the Greek philosopher), circa 470-399 B.C. Mr. Rabbit's new neighbors are Otters. OTTERS! But he doesn't know anything about otters. Will they get along? Will they be friends? Just treat otters the same way you'd like them to treat you, advises Mr. Owl. In her smart, playful style Laurie Keller highlights how to be a good friend and neighbor—simply follow the Golden Rule! This title has Common Core connections. Do Unto Otters is a 2008 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
|Author||: Judy Sierra|
|Editor||: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated|
When B.B. Wolf, who now lives in the Villain Villa Retirement Residence, is invited to the library for a storybook tea, he is careful to follow the advice of his crocodile friend and impresses everyone with how polite he can be.
|Author||: Judy Sierra|
|Editor||: Dragonfly Books|
A little girl is shopping in a grocery store when-surprise!-she meets a dinosaur. Don't worry. The dinosaur is very friendly. She's polite, too. In this funny story, told in lilting read-aloud rhyme, the girl has numerous opportunities to be helpful to the clumsy shopping dino and demonstrate when to say "thank you," "excuse me," "I'm sorry," "You're welcome," and other niceties of life. Tim Bowers's whimsical illustrations bring an extra dimension of fun to Judy Sierra's hilarious picture book fantasy. Altogether, Suppose You Meet a Dinosaur is an entertaining and painless way to show preschoolers why basic manners are a good thing to have.
|Author||: Peggy Post|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
Have you ever been annoyed by cell phone yakkers, line cutters, or movie chatterers? Been confused about who pays at a restaurant? Received a gift you hated? Fumed over how to respond to a nosy question? America's etiquette expert Peggy Post comes to the rescue in this concise, readable handbook devoted to the top 100 etiquette issues everyone wonders about. You'll learn how to politely say "no" to difficult requests, how to introduce someone if you've forgotten his or her name, how to perform damage control for e-mail bloopers, and countless other strategies for handling life's awkward moments. Additional highlights include: Ten Conversational Blunders . . . Five Introduction Goofs . . . Top Dinner-Table Manners Goofs . . . Tipping Guidelines . . . A Family Gathering Survival Guide . . . How to Spot a Dud on the First Date . . . Playdate Etiquette . . . How to Be a Welcome Houseguest . . . How to Simplify Gift Giving . . . Dispelling Wedding Myths . . . and much more. In "Excuse Me, But I Was Next . . . ," Peggy Post distills the essence of etiquette for today's world into the perfect portable book.