Books on Manners for Kids

This Little Piggy’s Book of Manners by Katherine Madeline Allen

These little pigs learn manners just like young children would!


Piggy Monday: A Tale about Manners by Suzanne Bloom

A classroom full of students forget their manners and slowly start turning into pigs! The pig lady is called in to solve the problem and help the children remember their manners.


D.W.’s Guide to Perfect Manners by Marc Brown

Watch as D.W demonstrates good manners, orderliness and cleanliness.


Please Say Please by Margery Cuyler

Penguin throws a party and his patience is tested as his guests question their manners.


Mind Your Manners! by Diane Good

The Abbott family and their dogs have terrible manners at the table.


Oops! The Manner Guide for Girls by Nancy Holyoke

Girls learn social skills that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.


Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners by Laurie Keller

Mr. Rabbit learns how to be a good neighbor and friend when his new neighbors end up being otters.


Rules of the Wild: An Unruly Book of Manners by Bridge Levin

This book is full of wild behaviors such playing in the dirt, burping and leaving clothes all over the house!

Emily’s Everyday Manners by Peggy Post

Emily and Ethan practice their good manners every day and share advice on making new friends


Emily’s Magic Words by Cindy Post

Emily practices her magic words to try and open doors and see if she can make new friends.


Table Manners by Vladimir Radunssky and Chris Raschka

A “how-to” book about using napkins, eating and behaving at restaurants, and keeping your mouth shut while chewing.


Monster Manners by Bethany Roberts

Three young monsters demonstrate manners, both good and bad.


Mind Your Manners, B.B Wolf by Judy Sierra

The Big Bad Wolf attends a tea party at the library where he is on his best behavior and demonstrates good manners.


Please and Thank You Book by Richard Scarry

The animals that live in Busytown learn lessons about manners and how to be thoughtful.


My Dog Never Says Please by Suzanne Williams

Ginny Mae wishes she could trade places with her dog so that she wouldn’t have to clean her room, wear shoes and even mind her manners.


Perfect Pigs: An Introduction to Manners by Marc Tolon Brown

Pigs demonstrate good manners to use with family and friends.

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19 Mar 2014

By Caitlin Dougherty