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  • 20 Books to Help You Teach Your Preschooler Good Manners

    Want some help in teaching your child good manners? Check out our reading list.
    by Ines Bautista-Yao . Published Feb 19, 2010

    Here are some books to help you teach your preschooler good manners. You and your child will have fun reading them together.
    1. May Mga Lihim Kami ni Ingkong by Luis P. Gatmaitan, M.D.

    2. No Lipstick for Mother by Grace D. Chong

    3. Manners by Aliki

    4. Chocolate-Covered-Cookie Tantrum by Deborah Blumenthal

    5. Clifford’s Manners by Norman Bridwell

    6. Grover’s Guide to Good Manners by Constance Allen

    7. Madeline Says Merci (The-Always-Be-Polite Book) by John Bemelmans Marciano

    8. Monster Manners by Andrew Glass

    9. No, David! by David Shannon

    10. The Berenstain Bears Forget Their Manners by Jan and Stan Berenstain

    11. Toby’s Please and Thank You by Cyndy Szekeres

    12. What Do You Say, Dear? by Maurice Sendak

    13. When Sophie Gets Angry—Really, Really Angry… by Molly Bang

    14. Herman the Helper by Robert Kraus

    15. How I Found A Friend by Irina Hale

    16. Kiss Hello, Kiss Goodbye by Marc Brown

    17. Thank you, Clifford by Sonali Fry

    18. Say The Magic Word by Marc Brown

    19. Being Selfish by Joy Burry

    20. David Gets in Trouble by David Shannon 

    Other books you may wish to check out:
    1. Emily Post’s The Gift of Good Manners

    2. A Parent’s Guide to Raising Respectful, Kind, Considerate Children by Peggy Post

    3. Miss Manners’ Guide to Rearing Perfect Children by Judith Martin

    4. 365 Manners Kids Should Know by Sheryl Eberly

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