Time to Say Please!

Time to Say Please!

Book - 2005
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Grand Central Pub
As a companion book to the popular Time to Pee!, Mo Willems has created a book on manners in his own signature style. Groups of ebullient mice narrate this humorous text as young children try in vain to get what they want, learning along the way that it is helpful to say "Please," "Thank you," "Excuse me," and "I'm sorry." Oh, and you have to mean it, too.

Baker & Taylor
Narrated by a group of friendly mice, an amusing book provides preschoolers with an entertaining introduction to manners through helpful demonstrations of when certain words and phrases, such as "excuse me" and "please," are used in social situations.

HARPERCOLL
As a companion book to the popular Time to Pee!, Mo Willems has created a book on manners in his own signature style. Groups of ebullient mice narrate this humorous text as young children try in vain to get what they want, learning along the way that it is helpful to say "Please," "Thank you," "Excuse me," and "I'm sorry." Oh, and you have to mean it, too.

Baker
& Taylor

Narrated by a group of friendly mice, an amusing book provides preschoolers with an introduction to manners through helpful demonstrations of when certain words and phrases, such as "excuse me" and "please," are used in social situations.

Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books for Children, 2005
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780786852932
0786852933
Branch Call Number: PIC Willems, M 2005
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm

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forbesrachel Jan 20, 2014

"Please" takes the stage in this kind reminder to use that ever important word. As the narrator relates its uses, the little mice act as a conscience, encouraging the boys and girls to do the right thing. Even while carrying signs, they get up to some silly antics, adding a lighthearted tone rather than one of someone preaching. For this reason, children will find this enjoyable and may learn the appropriate way to get that much desired cookie from the jar.

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Ubalstecha
Aug 08, 2012

This book from Mo Willems hopes to teach children about saying please when they want something. The book is cute but it does not live up to Willems other work. This would be a good read aloud with kids to help start a conversation about manners.

YogiMumma Jul 05, 2012

Easy read! 7 y/o cld read it! But the illustrations were attention getting and funny and both boys thought they were funny!

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