Books on Manners for Littler People

In order of entertainment value:

What Do You Say, Dear? and What Do You Do, Dear? by Sesyle Joslin. I have seen somebody freak out over this one because one of the many silly scenarios is what do you do when Bad-Nosed Bill (a cowboy bandit) asks if you’d like him to shoot you, and there’s a cartoon drawing of a gun (and a cow-boy with a big nose, and a horse…). You say ‘No, thank-you,’ of course.

The Goops and How to Be Them and More Goops and How Not To Be Them (and any other of the Goops books) by Gelett Burgess (also free at Gutenberg)

The Goofus and Gallant series that used to be published in Highlights magazine (I just looked it up to see if there was an author, and Highlights redid some of it in a board book. )

Manners Can Be Fun and How To Behave and Why, by Munro Leaf.

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