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Watch Your Tongue, Cecily Beasley

by Sarah Hann

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Watch Your Tongue, Cecily Beasley
By Lane Fredrickson
Illustrated by Jon Davis
Sterling Children’s Books

“Cecily Beasley was never polite. She never said, ‘Thank you,’ or ‘Please,’ or ‘Good night.’”

Cecily Beasley is, in fact, a rather rotten little girl. She sticks out Her tongue at her teachers and ruins her friends’ birthday parties. Will she ever learn to be a polite young lady?

Lane Fredrickson and Jon Davis’ rhyming book about a girl who learns manners the hard way will be a laugh for children and parents alike. Kids will enjoy the tale of Cecily’s misadventures, and the book will give parents the opportunity to help their own children learn a lesson about how to be polite.

Not only does the book teach young readers a lesson, it’s also a joy to read. I love the humor of Fredrickson’s rhyme about Cecily, and Davis’ colorful illustrations are fun from the very first page. This book is great fir those who need a brush-up on manners and those who enjoy a funny story.

Watch Your Tongue, Cecily Beasley will be available August 7 from Sterling Children’s Books at a list price of $14.95.

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