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Happy Manners Big Book

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Happy Manners Big Book

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475890
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Excuse me. Thank you. Please! These are some nice examples of good manners that kids will learn about in this big book. Children will develop a sense of reciprocal rights and responsibilities as well as social participation throughout the Happy Manners Big Book.16 pages. Paperback. Measures 42 H x 30cm W.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Book # Pages 16
Height 42 cm
Made in Australia YES
Ready to Decorate YES
Paper/Hard Back Paperback
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