Chicken Soup for the Soul BABIES: Everyone Says Please (Except Cat)
A Book About Manners
by Jamie Michalak
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 09 Nov 2021 | Archive Date 21 Sep 2021
Little Cat forgets his manners and demands cheese from Mama, but he's missing the magic word. After an outrageous meltdown, he sees Mouse receive cheese after asking politely and remembers to ask for what he wants using his best manners.
Sweet and silly, Chicken Soup for the Soul Babies makes lessons easy and fun for the littlest readers.
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Average rating from 9 members
An adorable little book for toddlers and parents. The story follows various animals and their babies, with a cat family as the protagonists. The illustrations are very well done. I enjoyed this book, and I'm sure my nieces and nephews will, too!
This adorable book teaches kids the importance of saying please. Manners are very important at all ages and helps when it’s taught young.
I received an advance copy of, Chicken Soup for the Soul BABIES: Everyone Says Please, by Jamie White. This is a good book for introducing kids to good manners.
This was such a cute book with great illustrations! It definitely helps aid with teaching your children manners!
This book had me laughing so hard by about the 5th page because Cat is so reminiscent of many of the students I work with. Not only did White show a shining example of how easy it is (in some cases) to use manners in order to get what you want, but the author also provided a wonderful note to parents that helps teach these manners along with other healthy interpersonal skills to toddlers.
We want to train our children in manners in a way that they see for themselves the value of good manners. With Cat she has a problem with saying please. Everyone else does not seem to but Cat. A funny and entertaining way to spend time with your little one while teaching them the value of please. Highly recommend. A special thank you to Charlesbridge and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review
This book was so cute and so much fun to teach a child about saying please. I loved the cat and cheese storyline plus the illustrations were really cute. Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for a copy to honestly review.