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Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf by Judy Sierra
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Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf

by Judy Sierra

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J. Otto Seibold is one of my top five illustrators of all time! There are so many things to look at! He always adds little touches that might go unnoticed if you flip through too fast. The story is hilarious! I think kids of all ages will love this one! ( )
  amyolivia | Oct 25, 2013 |
This is a fun library-related story for readers young and old who are already familiar with the Big Bad Wolf and other children's stories. Fun illustrations too! ( )
  dukefan86 | May 29, 2013 |
B.B. Wolf now lives in a Villain Villa Center. He gets an invitation to the library for storybook tea. He is at first hesitant but decides to go. When arriving all the other storybook characters are nervous and unsure of B.B. Wolf being there. In reality he turns out to be very polite. This is a great story to read when teaching manners. I love how storybook characters from other books are integrated into this book. The illustrations show the true emotion of all the other storybook characters. ( )
  ambourg7 | Jul 15, 2012 |
This hilarious read-aloud story is a gentle reminder for children still learning their manners. Wish I would have known about this book for when I was doing a read-aloud on manners at the beginning of the semester. Great for pre-k to 1st grade.
  kspannagel | Nov 28, 2011 |
Summary: When B.B. Wolf, who now lives in the Villain Villa Retirement Residence, is invited to the library for a storybook tea, he is careful to follow the advice of his crocodile friend and impresses everyone with how polite he can be.

Genre: Fantasy

Critique: This is a good example of a fantasy because the animals are talking and drinking tea inside a library.

Theme: It is important not to misjudge people. The big bad wolf is actually quite polite and kind.

Media: computer illustrated on Adobe Illustrator
  royabdunnur | Nov 6, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375835326, Hardcover)

BIG BAD WOLF, now old and residing in the Villain Villa Senior Center, is invited to a tea by a children's librarian. His best friend, a toothsome crocodile, warns him that he will have to mind his manners. B. B. Wolf makes up a song: "Sip your tea and never slurp, say 'excuse me' if you burp. Smile and have a lot of fun, but don't go biting anyone." He remembers to say "please" and "thank you" and he gives a nervous Red Ridinghood, Three Little Pigs, and Gingerbread Boy his biggest smile ever, but when his stomach starts to gurgle, he gets a little mixed-up about what to do when you burp. This hilarious read-aloud story is a gentle reminder for children still learning their manners.

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When B.B. Wolf, who now lives in the Villain Villa Retirement Residence, is invited to the library for a storybook tea, he is careful to follow the advice of his crocodile friend and impresses everyone with how polite he can be.

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