Whoopi's Big Book of Manners Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-22 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 55 user ratings

" Very cute and silly. This is a must read for kids, and honestly I think adults should read this too so they can brush up on their proper manners they've forgotten about over the years! " said.

" Used this book for a class on Customer Service. Great teaching tool " said.

" Thank you Whoopi! Finally, a great book about manners, I enjoyed this book a lot!!! I read it to my class and saw an immediate response. Students said please and thank you, and it also helped those that can't seem to keep their fingers out of their nose.. " said.

" My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library. This was a very funny book, filled with good (and timely) advice. My enjoyment of this book was marred, however, by the fact that the copy we read smelled like bad cheese. " said.

" This is one of my all time favorite children's picture books. Whoopi Goldberg has written a funny book that regards manners of all kinds. I have read this several different times and children always love it. The pictures are made up of cartoons and real objects. It's a wonderful book, I highly recommend reading this book aloud. " said.

" I like this book of manners because its humorous. Whoopi Goldberg did a good job getting the point across in an interesting way. I would definitely recommend reading this aloud to young children rather allowing them to read it themselves because it's a little long. Each page has about 1-3 full paragraphs on it, so that could be overwhelming for a beginner reader. The book also contains a few large words as well. Children would be able to relate to this book well. " said.

" I love the combination of real photography and drawings. The book includes interesting cultural facts. Ultimately this is a good book for younger kids and the pictures are enough to keep them amused. On a side-note I really enjoyed the additional tip for parents on the Being a Poor Sport page. This is one rule they should already know, but as summer ball teaches us every year, they do tend to forget. " said.

" This book, by Woopi Goldberg, goes over some of the appropriate manners we should all have in life. It covers advice for parents, public decency, phone manners, and even table manners. I think that this is good for grades 3-5 because it gives the children another way to hear appropriate social norms and for it not to feel like a lecture. I think this could be administered at the beginning of the year and read again when the teacher feels like it's necessary to remind students of proper manners. " said.

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