Can You Say Please?: Learning About Manners
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Can You Say Please?: Learning About Manners

by Marion Cocklico

The Big Steps series is designed to help young children deal with new experiences in their lives. In Can You Say Please?, Tom and Nancy share their toys and practise their good manners. This novelty book with a sweet story has fun flaps to lift and mechanisms to move as well as practical tips for parents and carers on each page, endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer. With delightful illustrations from Marion Cocklico, Can You Say Please? is the perfect book for sharing with your toddler and talking about how to behave kindly and considerately towards other people. For more toddler tips, read We're Having a Baby, I'm Not Sleepy, No More Nappies, I'm Starting Nursery and We're Going to the Doctor.

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Product Details

  • Binding : Board book
  • Number of Pages : 10
  • Publisher : Campbell Books Ltd
  • Publication Date : 2019-04-04
  • Weight : 266g
  • Product Code : 9781529004045
  • Dimension : 195 x 197 x 17 mm

About Author

Marion Cocklico

Marion Cocklico studied graphic design at Pivaut (Nantes) for 4 years before becoming an illustrator. She's worked with over thirty different French publishing houses since 2008 including Gallimard Tourbillon and Larousse. She lives in Paris. The Big Steps series, including No More Nappies and I'm Starting Nursery, are Marion's first titles for an English publisher. Dr Amanda Gummer is a research psychologist specializing in child development, with over 20 years experience working with children and families. She has set up three organisations - Fundamentally Children, FUNdamentals and the Good Toy Guide Ltd - all of which promote the value of play and positive parenting in child development. Amanda is frequently in the media and on expert panels for child-related issues, as well as being the British Toy and Hobby Association's spokesperson for their Make Time to Play Campaign.