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Pages: 24

Language: English

Publisher: QED Publishing (1 Jan. 2013)

By: Timothy Knapman(Author) Jimothy Oliver(Illustrator)

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Sometimes it's hard to know how to be well behaved - and why! Join little children with big imaginations as they learn that saying please, making friends, sharing and being kind are both easy and fun.

Timothy Knapman studied at Oxford University and has written plays, opera libretti and children's books. His books include the successful Mungo series and have been translated into 12 languages and are read on the BBC's CBeebies Bedtime Stories.Jimothy Oliver is a UK-based illustrator who produces commissioned work for clients worldwide. He has worked as a freelance illustrator since 1995, and his distinctive drawingstyle and exuberant use of colour are perfect for children's picture books. In his spare time Jimothy paints, draws and teaches illustration.

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  • By louise irving on 5 January 2014

    I bought this story book & 'The Friendliest Ballerina' as part of my daughters Christmas, as we have read 'Cowboys can be Kind' and she really enjoyed it. I love how the story focuses on manners & being able to share & politeness. My daughter loves how its about a princess & friends playing & sharing.... love it!

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