Pete has terrible, awful horrible manners. So horrible that even when everyone around him is disgusted, Pete thinks it’s funny.
Until, Pete learned just how horrible his manners really are.
You know those kids? The ones who just don’t seem to know when to stop? The ones who think the more disgusting, the better? This is just for them!
It’s an adorable way to remind them that manners are important. And if it doesn’t work, you could just try to do what Pete’s family did…
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5 Replies to “Review: Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners!”
Precious! Me want.
It was adorable!
It’s from Picture Window Books — a division of Capstone…