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Someday we'll Have Very Good Manners

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HASH(0x9569c06c) étoiles sur 5 Huge Disappointment 25 janvier 2007
Par Mira - Publié sur
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I ordered this book through Scholastic which described it as a "funny guide to good behavior". When the book came I was amazed that such a book was even published. The book shows children misbehaving & being rude. The children say when they grow up they will be polite, won't interrupt, say please & thank you, etc. The book ends with "But for now, we're just kids!" No where in the book does it explain that this behavior is not acceptable. The ending of the book makes it sound as if the bad behavior is excusable because they are children. The author may have been trying to be sarcastic but it falls way short. Seeing a child misbehave is not amusing no matter what a book, music or Hollywood may try to market to the public.
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HASH(0x9569c474) étoiles sur 5 The WORST children's book I have ever read!! 9 juin 2005
Par J. Mylan - Publié sur
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I was amazed by this book. I understand that it is supposed to be a spoof. I think it completely fails in this regard. Children will remember the vivid images and think that it is a license to act that way until they are older. I was waiting for the book to end with something to the effect of not waiting until we're grown ups to develop good manners. I bought this book through Scholastic thinking it would help in my efforts to instill good manners in my 2 year old son. I will not be reading this book to my son, and will make it available to any parents I know so that they may review it before deciding to spend the money on this book.
HASH(0x9569c4ec) étoiles sur 5 Book illustrates bad behavior with no direction to good behavior BUT... 2 janvier 2010
Par BeautifulNBlessed - Publié sur
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I totally agree with the other reviews.

This is a very colorful and well illustrated book. It does indeed portray common bad behavior and lack of manners, that young children do indeed display. It is in their sin nature. However, the problem (or what is lacking) with the book, is that the author has not pointed out any good behavior that can be given in exchange for the bad behavior. The examples (every single one) are examples of rudeness and then what is worst about it is that in the end, it is excused and dismissed as okay due to immaturity (being young/childlike).

BUT - I wanted to write a review on this book though, to point out one important way that this book has blessed our family and can lead to blessed character building in a child. However, it is important to note before doing so, that this requires PARENT DIRECTION/PARTICIPATION/INSTRUCTION; because the book provides no positive direction whatsoever, and as mentioned above, excuses the bad behavior. If left to a child alone, to read independently, they would leave off feeling justified in their poor behavior and perhaps even learn some new rude and bad behavior.

So .. this book has blessed our family and here is how. The pictures are NOT inappropriate and distasteful. They are cartoon illustrations (well drawn) showing examples of rude behavior such as; running through house with muddy shoes, not sharing, etc. But because they are not inappropriate, it has allowed for us to use the book for some great lessons and character building discussions. Because of that .. I really like the book a lot. Though I could not award it more than one star because of the fact that the author did not give any positive direction and then EXCUSED the bad behavior in the end.

With this book, a parent can take the pictures, and the text description of what is happening, and then ask the child questions such as "what is wrong with this?", or make comments to the children while reading it such as "oh that is so rude, what is rude or inappropriate about these children in this picture". Then, you can point them to the right thing and ask them the answer as to what would be the right way to behave/respond. This allows for the parent to "ad-lib", and add godly lesson (which most books of today are lacking anyway!). Parents can point the child to the Lord and to the right behavior, ie: "does this behavior honor the Lord and show respect for others?". "What would God want the little girl and little boy to do?" "Do you do rude things like that sometimes?" "What does the bible call that ... sin?" "Yes, so what is the right thing to do instead of what happened in this picture?"

Truly, some really great character building has come from this book, but it takes willingness on the parents part to draw it out and take the time to use this book for some great discussions. It is a powerful tool because children remember what they see and speak, so they retain the example in the pictures and the discussions we have had from the book. You can even act out the right thing to do, as a fun way to help the kids remember the good behavior. For instance, you can take a picture of the rude children in the book running through the house with muddy feet, and then act out in a fun way with your child, the right behavior, coming to the door, taking off your muddy shoes. They LOVE dramatizing and acting and remember it.

So - overall .. this book has blessed us by providing us with great illustrated examples of bad manners from which we can teach lessons and kids remember. If there is text (which some there is) that I don't agree with, I have crossed it out with marker, and described the photo myself, and ofcourse, I crossed out the ending which excuses the bad behavior.

Hope that helps:)
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HASH(0x9569c87c) étoiles sur 5 am I crazy? I liked it! 8 mai 2007
Par B. Davis - Publié sur
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More importantly, my 2-year-old loves it. The book essentially gives a series of examples of good manners, which the children will supposedly have when they grow up, and underneath each is an illustration of the child behaving badly in that respect. I used it as an example to teach my daughter what's good and what's not acceptable behavior. When we look at the picture of the boy pulling hair because he doesn't want to wait his turn, we talk about whether she's seen any kid pull another kid's hair, etc. and why that's not ok and why it's important to patiently wait your turn. If you want a book that teaches FOR you, this is not one you'll enjoy. It does require some dialogue with you and your kid, in my opinion. The book does end with "when we grow up we'll have good manners but for now we're just kids", and perhaps some see it as giving kids a license to act badly but I think my daughter views it as permission to be a kid and to sometimes lapse and not have the best manners she could have. She loves this book and we read it often.
HASH(0x9569c9b4) étoiles sur 5 Someday Children Will be Expected to Have Manners 22 octobre 2009
Par M. L. Clampett - Publié sur
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I am a kindergarten teacher and I was looking for books about manners to share with my new class this year. From the description, this book sounded perfect. Boy, was I wrong! The book not only doesn't teach kids proper social behavior, it actually ENCOURAGES bad behavior! I was skeptical while reading the book, as the words say how the brother and sister will act one day, while the illustrations show them doing exactly the opposite. I figured eventually they would have to learn that their behavior is wrong. Nope! At the end of the book, the brother and sister say that "for now they're just kids." I was shocked. What was the author thinking? Parents and teachers cannot allow their children to believe that the rude, disruptive, disrespectful behavior demonstrated by these characters. I'm still wondering why it was ever published.
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