“Please may I…?” and “thank you” can go a long way

A confident child is great to watch, even more so when they are well-mannered. We have identified the following books that could help go towards producing polite and thoughtful children:

Madeline Says Merci (The-Always-Be-Polite Book), John Bemelmans Marciano

Manners come to life with some help from Madeline. The famous little French girl learns etiquette essentials, from greeting people politely to writing proper thank-you notes.

Toby’s Please and Thank You, Cyndy Szekeres

Introduce your toddler to the basics of manners with Cyndy Szekeres’ Toby. The little mouse touches on the building blocks of politeness by using “please” and “thank you,” “excuse me,” and “I’m sorry” throughout his daily activities.

Bobby & Morph help the Mayor with the Magic Scarf, R. E. Fisher

Bobby & Morph pay a visit into town and discover that the Mayor is finding it hard to understand how people find him to have bad manners. Could the magic in Bobby’s scarf help him to be more polite to others? Join Bobby & Morph as they discover how by saying “please” and “thank you” can help put smiles on faces.