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How Great Thou Art Little Annie's Art Book of Etiquette & Good Manners, Revised

Learning etiquette "basics" such as hospitality, good telephone manners, and a cheerful attitude is fun when each lesson is reinforced by a colorful art project! Your 4- to 7-year-olds will love making creative thank-you cards, coloring pictures of Annie helping Mom, puzzling out which foods can be eaten with fingers, and more! Reproducible for home use only. 127 pages, softcover.
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Review 1 for Little Annie's Art Book of Etiquette & Good Manners, Revised
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A delightful resource!!

Date:December 13, 2012
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Elissa Kroeger
I read the above review and I went home and to look at my copy of Little Annie. I do not agree with the reviewer at all. I have met Mr Stebbing and he cares very much for scripture. The book is dedicated to well behaved homeschoolers whom he has met in his travels. I think this book has the potential to help many children learn good manners and have fun doing it!
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Review 2 for Little Annie's Art Book of Etiquette & Good Manners, Revised
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Do not buy this book, Bad scripture usage!

Date:July 12, 2011
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AmyS
Location:St Louis, MO
Age:25-34
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If you care at all about teaching scripture accurately, do not buy this book!! I bought this book to teach my 1st grade boys good manners. I thought it would be great to use art activities to teach them this. We did the first lesson which included a passage from Proverbs. I looked it up in the bible, and read it aloud as I was teaching the lesson. The scripture actually said the OPPOSITE of what the activity was teaching. I threw the book away.
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