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Excuse Me: A Little Book of Manners (Lift-the-Flap Book) by  Karen Katz - Hardcover - from Slim Rumba Publishing and

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Excuse Me: A Little Book of Manners (Lift-the-Flap Book)

by Katz, Karen

Condition: Very Good

Grosset & Dunlap. Hardcover. 0448425858 This book has been read but remains in good condition. No tears or stains and all of "lift-the-flap" flaps are in excellent condition. There is some faint light blue coloring in a couple of the letters on one of the pages. The cover is in very good condition with some light bump-wear to some of the corners. We hand-pick all of our books with the care of book-lovers :-) They are stored and shipped from a smoke-free environment. Our books are packed well for shipping, ship promptly, and ship with a tracking number. . Very Good.

"Please" and "thank you" are fun and easy to remember with Excuse Me! . Simple and repetitive, it's the perfect way to introduce those magic words that all little ones should know. From burping to breaking a sibling's toy, toddlers will love seeing these appealing babies in situations they know all about, and they'll have fun lifting the flaps to discover the right words to say-"Excuse me!" and "I'm sorry!"



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