This book will assist young reader to acknowledge the importance of greeting people and acting politely.
Hi, hello, g’day! They’re only little words but they mean a lot, especially when they come with a smile. But what if you never, ever said a simple hi or bye to the people around you? Sometimes we can be so busy living our lives that we forget to look up and see other people around us. What do you think might happen? Adam and Emily found out - the hard way! When everyone around became fed up with their impolite ways.
Filled with engaging illustrations and packed with useful strategies, this title will certainly engage not only little ones but parents and professional too!
Ages 4 – 8
This book is part of a behaviour series (pack of 4 books)
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