. . . Jimmy was happy, and Jimmy was good...He always said 'Thank you' whenever he should."" To Grandma, the mailman, his mama, his sister and even the cat. But one day Jimmy noticed that they all said ""You're welcome"". He was sad until mother explained that he too could say ""You're welcome"". As the little boy finds things to do for others, prompting a thank-you and a return ""You're welcome"", little listeners or lookers may find it easier to remember those courtesy phrases. A propriety primer which will gratify adults with its reminder and perhaps prompt some mimiery in manners on the part of pre-schoolers and first graders. Good for the story circle. Only fair stitching.