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Pirate Who Said Please


Book Description
Sometimes its hard to know how to be well behavedand why! Join children with big imaginations as they learn that saying please, making friends, sharing, and being kind are both easy and fun. A humorous and gentle approach to teaching good manners, beautifully written in rhyme.
Book Information
PublisherQED PUBLISHING
BindingHardcover (3 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages24
ISBN-101848358571
ISBN-13978-1848358577
Publication Date07/01/2012
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About Timothy Knapman (Author) : Timothy Knapman is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Timothy Knapman include Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood, Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates (Picture Puffin).
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