REING NICE IS LOTS OF FUN by Jane K. Lansing

REING NICE IS LOTS OF FUN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

...or at least dependent on what a youngster's penchant is for the kind of rhymes and pictures there are in this manners book. To give you an example, there is Polly Politeness who ""...had a cake and a lolly,/And felt gay and jolly,/And was glad she had acted so nice!"" and Roughneck Ronnie whose actions warn-""Don't you be like Rounie then,/The boy the children shun;/For no one likes a child who's rough- / He always spoils the fun."" Further characters include Grimy Gus, Gentleman Johnnie, Sociable Sue and the situations they get into run the gamut of daily exemplary life.

Publisher: Hart