10 Best Books About Manners Update 05/2022

Books About Manners

There are a lot of mischief and misdeeds that happen when kids are young and come back again when they’re older. We hope that these things are just a small blip on the radar when we raise kids. In public, we hope our kids act polite or at least act polite.

Children are like sponges, and we have the best chance to shape their behavior when they are young.

To help our kids understand when and why certain behaviors are appropriate, we can read them books about manners (or inappropriate). You and your kids will have a lot of fun reading and talking about these 16 books for kids about how to be nice.

Emily’s Everyday Manners by Peggy Post & Cindy Post Senning

Emily’s Everyday Manners by Peggy Post & Cindy Post Senning

In this video, Emily and her best friend Ethan show you that good manners aren’t just for special events. They are for every day. This picture book from the most trusted name in etiquette shows kids how to say five words that make everyone happy, how to be polite at the table, and how to make and keep friends. Fun and easy to learn manners have never been more fun and easy to learn.

Teach Your Dragon Manners by Steve Herman 

Having a dragon as a pet is a lot of fun. It might be rude if your dragon isn’t very nice. Is there anything you can do if your dragon doesn’t know how to be polite? When your dragon is rude to other people, what do you say to him? Make sure you get this book so that you can learn how to train your dragon to be nice. One of the best ways to teach children about good manners and respect is to read this book together with your kids.

Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf by Judy Sierra 

If you’re looking for a new way to teach young kids how to say “please,” “thank you,” and “excuse me,” this is the book for you. It’s a new story that’s both funny and helpful.

Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners by Laurie Keller 

We love this book so much! Mr. Rabbit has new neighbors: Otters.

OTTERS!

Besides, he doesn’t know anything about them. No, they won’t. They might be friends.

If you want to treat otters the way you want them to treat you, Mr. Owl tells you to do that. Laurie Keller talks about how to be a good friend and neighbor in a smart and fun way. Just follow the Golden Rule!

Dude, That’s Rude!: (Get Some Manners)

Dude, That’s Rude! (Get Some Manners)

Today, kids need to be more polite than ever, and Dude, That’s Rude! is fun and easy to get some. Kids will learn how to be polite in a variety of situations with full-color cartoons and text that is easy for them to read and understand. This book is for kids ages 6 to 12. It’s important for kids to know which words they should use and which words they should avoid. They also learn why their family deserves their best behavior and the basics of etiquette (politeness online). People think this book is easy to read, but it’s not: Manners are important social skills, and this book gives kids a good start.

A Kids’ Guide to Manners: 50 Fun Etiquette Lessons for Kids (and Their Families)

Today’s kids need a new way to teach them about good manners that they can relate to. In A Kids’ Guide to Manners, there are lessons that go beyond saying “please” and “thank you.” They are fun and practical, and they show how manners can be used in the modern world. They’ll have fun as they learn how to use manners in ways that make their lives easier and more fun. They’ll meet new people, be polite, and text a group of friends, to name a few. A Kids’ Guide to Manners has 50 important manners, interactive quizzes, fun examples, and at-home practice exercises that teach kids where, when, and how to use manners in their everyday lives.

Manners Can Be Fun

To help kids understand why good manners are important, Munro Leaf draws stick figures and writes short text. Kirkus thinks Manners Can Be Fun is the author’s best work, both in the idea and the way it’s done. Manners books are long-lasting and hardy. This makes learning etiquette easy and fun for people who are just learning about it for the first time. “Having good manners is really just living with other people in a nice way.” This fun book will show kids why good behavior is important at home, on the playground, and everywhere else.

Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama has a lot of new friends. They come over for a play date, but Llama isn’t sure it’s time to give up all his toys. Maybe it’s just his blocks. I think it would be fun to make a castle together with Nelly… But don’t worry, Nelly has Llama’s little Fuzzy Llama with her. Because of Nelly Gnu, Fuzzy Llama is ripped in two, and the fun turns to tears. “I’ll put Fuzzy on the stairs, until you’re sure you can share.”

My Mouth Is a Volcano

His thoughts are very important to him. If you want to know what he thinks, he starts wiggleing his words, then they do the wiggle. Then his tongue pushes all of the important words against his teeth and he explodes or stops other people. You could say that his mouth is like a volcano. My Mouth Is A Volcano is a book that takes a compassionate look at the habit of interrupting and teaches kids a clever way to capture their rambunctious thoughts and words for when they are ready to speak. This story, told from Louis’s point of view, is a fun way for parents, teachers, and counselors to teach their kids about the value of listening and waiting for their turn to speak.

But Its Not My Fault

When Noodle goes to school, things don’t go well for him. This is the first book in the new Responsible Me! series! Just because his brother’s game was running late and he didn’t finish his homework doesn’t mean that he was to blame for it. Or, maybe his mom didn’t tell him to return his library book. Mary Gold might have been in his air space and hit his arm with her head. You can go with Noodle on his journey as he learns not to blame others or look for fault. Instead, he accepts responsibility and turns a very bad day into a very good new day!

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