Stoo Hample's Book of Bad Manners

Stoo Hample s Book of Bad Manners From the sultan of silly comes a comical kid friendly guide to avoiding naughty behavior The Toy Hog The Blabbermouth The Food Face the Belcher and shudder the Nose Picker They re all here and a v

  • Title: Stoo Hample's Book of Bad Manners
  • Author: Stuart E. Hample
  • ISBN: 9780763629335
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the sultan of silly comes a comical, kid friendly guide to avoiding naughty behavior.The Toy Hog The Blabbermouth The Food Face, the Belcher, and shudder the Nose Picker They re all here, and a veritable rogues gallery of the rudest, crudest, meanest manners found wherever children slurp, grab, desert the table, or cut in line With his trademark retro arFrom the sultan of silly comes a comical, kid friendly guide to avoiding naughty behavior.The Toy Hog The Blabbermouth The Food Face, the Belcher, and shudder the Nose Picker They re all here, and a veritable rogues gallery of the rudest, crudest, meanest manners found wherever children slurp, grab, desert the table, or cut in line With his trademark retro artwork and hilarious running commentary, Stoo Hample teaches children good manners by example of what not to do and bolsters his case with a final broad hint that the reader who fails to take heed may soon be the star of a book just like this one.

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      Published :2019-06-16T11:56:26+00:00

    About “Stuart E. Hample”

    1. Stuart E. Hample

      Better known as Stoo Hample, was an American children s book author, performer, playwright and cartoonist.His Children s letters to God is an international best seller.

    472 thoughts on “Stoo Hample's Book of Bad Manners”

    1. This was probably the funniest (and therefore the most memorable) manners book we read. It goes through 15 or so "Bad Mannered Kids" such as "Belcher", "Nose Picker" and "Cut in Liner". It was interesting that my 4 y/o son would recognize the ones he was guilty of (although he does tend to tell on himself) such as lousy listener. I think he'll probably request it again, which is a plus for me since the information in it is sound advice.


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