Saturday, November 04, 2006

Stories About Manners


What better way for kids to get psyched up for Thanksgiving than a "Manners"-themed storytime? And teddy bears always use good manners when they have a picnic!

Toddler Read-Alouds
Be Brown by Barbara Bottner - dog's behavior: can he ever get it right?
Chocolate-Covered Cookie Tantrum by Deborah Blumenthal
Excuse Me! A Little Book of Manners by Karen Katz
Good Dog, Daisy! by Lisa Kopper
No Biting!  by Karen Katz
No David byDavid Shannon
No! No! No! by Anne Rockwell
Not Me by Nigel McMullen
Oops, Sorry! by Richard Morgan
Please Pick Me Up, Mama! by Robin Luebs
Say Please by Virginia Austin
Sometimes Buzzy Shares by Harriet Zeifert

Preschool Read-Alouds
Crocodiles Say... by Robert Heidbreder
Don't Play With Your Food by Bob Shea (2014)
Eat, Cried Little Pig by Jonathan London - pig with poor table manners
Kitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress by Emma Carlow
LLama LLama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney
Martha Doesn't Say Sorry by Samantha Berger
My Dog Never Says Please by Suzanne Williams
Please Say Please by Margery Cuyler
Rude Mule by Pamela Edwards
Someday We'll Have Very Good Manners by Harriet Ziefert
Very Worst Monster by Pat Hutchins
Will Sheila Share? by Elivia Savadier
Yes, Please! No, Thank You! by Valarie Wheeler

Kindergarten Read-AloudsBeing a Pig is Nice by Sally Lloyd-James
Chicken Fingers, Mac & Cheese, Why Do You Always Have to Say Please? by Wendy Rosen
Do Unto Otters by Laurie Keller
Froggy Eats Out by Jonathan London
Good Thing You're Not An Octopus by Julie Markes
Happy Hocky Family by Jon Scieszka - bragging girl: "I have a white coat? Do you have a white coat? I do!"Meet Wild Boars by Meg Rosoff
Me First by Helen Lester
Spoon by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Super Hungry Dinosaur by Martin Waddell

Read-Alouds for 1st and 2nd Graders
Are You Quite Polite? Silly Dilly Manners Songs by Alan Katz
Bill in a China Shop by Katie Weaver
Mary Louise Loses Her Manners by Diane Cuneo
Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown
One Smile by Cindy McKinley
Quentin Fenton Herter III by Amy MacDonald
Rules of the Wild by Bridgit Levin
School for Bandits by Hannah Shaw

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