Good Table Manners for Little Monkeys by Susie Lee Jin
  

Synopsis

Good Table Manners for Little Monkeys by Susie Lee Jin

Kids adore monkeys, but they don't always adore using their best manners! Not to worry--this child-sized board book featuring a family of five little monkeys teaches little ones the right way to mind their manners as they laugh their way through pages of monkey business.Children learn the importance of washing their hands, using their napkin correctly, and chewing with their mouth closed as they follow the adventures of five little monkeys who--much to a child's delight--don't always do the right thing. As the monkeys learn to cheerfully come to the table, say grace before the meal, and clear away their dishes, kids will learn the right way to be good little monkey diners.The good examples along with the not-so-good--a concept that both entertains children and helps them to remember--guarantee that this is a picture book little ones will return to again and again, learning valuable life skills with every read-through.

About the Author

As a child, Susie Lee Jin scribbled on sidewalks, the walls of the house, and any flat surface that seemed in want of some doodling. After art school, she started her illustration and art licensing company, Susie Studio, specializing in art for kids' products.

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Format

Hardback
5 pages

Author

Susie Lee Jin
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Publisher

Harvest House Publishers,U.S.

Publication date

1st January 2009

ISBN

9780736924801


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