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    Great read for parents and teachers to help children learn the value of being respectful by listening and waiting for their turn to speak. The book also teaches children a witty technique to hold on to their thoughts for sharing at an appropriate time. Have fun reading!

    Great book to help children learn to read and sound out words.

    Beginning readers will love the simple text and engaging illustrations. Older children will enjoy reading the afterword pages, in which a full paragraph of informative text corresponds to each image. Review from Youth Literature Reviews.