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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The day has come for the big party and Little Bunny's mother wants him to meet her best friend. She tells him to look the guest in the eyes, shake her hand, and say hello. When do you say 'excuse me?' When do you say 'sorry' and how do you say it? When is 'thank you' said? When is 'please' used? Manners (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller introduces children to the world of manners and shows them ways of how and where certain words must be used to be polite and gracious. Let us join Little Bunny and his mommy as she teaches him manners and let us try incorporating these into our daily lives too.
This story is about how to teach children basic manners in a way that they do not find cumbersome and difficult. The illustrations are adorable, just like Little Bunny, and they also make the concept tangible to young readers. It is a good book for parents and tutors to teach their children and students manners. Tutors and educators can have interactive sessions in their classrooms and enact scenes using their students to make learning fun and interesting, and to help children understand exactly when and where to use these magic words. Often teaching children how to behave and when to say 'please, thank you, etc.' might not be that easy but this book will be useful when it comes to making it simple.