Disney's Polite as a Princess

Disney's Polite as a Princess Melissa Arps Niall Harding Atelier Philippe Harchy
  • Title: Disney's Polite as a Princess
  • Author: Melissa Arps Niall Harding Atelier Philippe Harchy
  • ISBN: 9780736423670
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Disney's Polite as a Princess Melissa Arps Niall Harding Atelier Philippe Harchy Disney s Polite as a Princess Snow White Cinderella Sleeping Beauty Belle Jasmine and Ariel aren t just pretty and sweet they re also polite In this original book with all new full color art the Disney Princesses share thei
    Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Jasmine, and Ariel aren t just pretty and sweet they re also polite In this original book with all new, full color art, the Disney Princesses share their rules on good manners so all little girls can learn to be as polite as a princess.
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    1. My daughter picked this at the library and we just read it last night She loves the Disney princesses This book was fun because it goes over all sorts of manners of being polite with pictures of one of the princesses acting each manner out It was fun to discuss with my daughter whether or not she already does that or if she needs to work on that She s only 2, so I m not sure any of this will stick, but we ll likely pick this book up a couple times to keep reminding her as she gets older about al [...]

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    2. vilely book.teaches young ladies how to be polite accept blame cover for men men are the boss take their beating and accept it was their own fault this is disney by way of bob jones university and focus on the familyis book was shown to me by a clerk at bn, embarrassed to have it on the shelves.

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    3. I m usually not a fan of Disney teaching my daughter anything especially manners, values, morals, etc , but I was quite impressed with this book Full of simple, polite gestures that any kid can do My 3 year old even put her napkin on her lap tonight at dinner without being asked.

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    4. Who wants to be like a Disney Princess Girls You do Good Better be nice and kind and demure ALL THE TIME After all, Ariel never interrupts her father, her male fishy friends unless it s important And Cinderella does all her chores without complaining, right

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    5. I was worried that this was going to be a weird book teaching little girls gender roles but it s basically like Cinderella covers her mouth when she coughs Snow White waits her turn Jasmine says thank you It s manners that every child should know Heck, I d give it to my nephew to read.

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    6. This book had taught my daughter all about good manners and she truly wants to be like a princess

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    7. Manners Week

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    8. I like it because the princesses are very, very polite.

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    9. Another short simple book my daughter really likes.

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    10. M found the motherload of princess books last time at the library she has been in princess heaven

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    11. Every home with a little girl should check this one out What a great way to use princesses to teach manners

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    12. My 2 tear old who adores anything princess really enjoyed this book.

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    13. This easy read book is about manners Disney princesses have very good manners like not eating with their mouth full Everyone should be like them.I would use this book for a lesson with Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade This book would be used at the beginning of the year when classes are talking about classroom rules First I would read the book and then I would ask the students what kind of rules we should have in our classroom.

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