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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 25, Robin Raines-Bond rated it really liked it. Silly book that will help your child think about good manners. Feb 04, Sharon Tyler rated it liked it. Peter the monkey is typically rude and gross.

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He does not say please or thank you, never mind saying excuse me. He does not seem to think being polite is very important. In fact, he greatly enjoys the extra attention that his lack of manners bring his way. However, one night at dinner his family begins to act strangely and Peter gets a look at how the people ar Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners! However, one night at dinner his family begins to act strangely and Peter gets a look at how the people around him feel when he behaves badly. Peter is one rude monkey, and loves that behaving badly gets him some extra attention.

His parents and little sister team up at dinner one night to give him a little taste of his own medicine. While this might not be the more mature parenting style, it certainly seems to get the point across to Peter. I think that this will definitely speak to the four to six year old set that the book is aimed at. While bathroom and grooming humor is always a hit with the target age range, and some parents, it might be deemed inappropriate by some adults.

If you want to avoid books with that type of giggle, then you might want to skip it, because it is definitely in this book. Would would suggest it for reading at home, rather than for use in a preschool or kindergarten environment. My children, ages three and five, got a real kick out of the story and illustrations. Hopefully it also made them more aware of how their actions affect those around them. Thankfully they are already good with saying please and thank you.

However, like with most children, an occasional reminder is needed and this book can be a fun way to do the job. Feb 27, Sue Morris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Pete has terrible, awful, horrible manners.

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He burps and he toots, and he picks his nose. Mom and Dad are secretly horrified. To Pete, it is nothing but good clean fun. Dinner is the best time to give e Pete has terrible, awful, horrible manners. Dinner is the best time to give everyone he loves a show. Rotten manners have never been so funny for the younger set. Pete is, dare I say, a cute monkey who has the most delightful expressions when he toots.

The illustration of Pete with his mouth full cracked me up—and I hate it when someone talks with her mouth full. I envy the kids who will have this read to them by their parents. The readers who act out what they read will have so much fun cracking up their kids. Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners is one of those books kids will want to read over, and over, and over again, and again. No fear parents, this is one book you will enjoy reading over, and over, and over again, and again.

Mar 04, Lindsey Babies, Books, and Beyond rated it it was amazing. The story of Pete, a little monkey with really bad manners. Pete burps, toots, picks his nose, and never ever says please or thank you. Pete's bad manners don't bother him a bit. In fact, he thinks he's hilarious and he loves all the attention he gets when he misbehaves. Then one night at dinner, something crazy happens.

His dad burps all through dinner, and even starts ea Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners by Beth Bracken is an hilarious new children's book.

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His dad burps all through dinner, and even starts eating with his hands. His mom toots through the whole meal. And his baby sister just picks her nose and eats it! He asks his family why they are acting that way, and they tell him they are just acting like he does. Pete looks down at his dirty hands and face and realizes he just tooted! Do you think Pete learns his lesson? You'll just have to read it and find out. I thought this book was hilarious and adorable. I'm not squeamish at all though.

If you don't like mentions of burps or toots, this book is not for you. Chances are, the 5 year old in your life will find this hysterical, especially if you made the sounds along with the book. CJ loved the monkey pictures. Personally, I was a little confused as to how Pete's dad is a gorilla and Pete is a monkey, but maybe he's his step-dad.

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This book is a good way to get kid's to realize how their actions affect those around them. It's a great way to talk about manners too. I would say the best age range is from years old. Feb 08, Ezinwanyi rated it liked it. This star of this book was Peter a young monkey. He would do things like burp, pick his nose etc and not use his manners. Nothing his parents or sister said to him made a difference in his attitude. One day at dinner time, his family decided to teach him a lesson. They began doing all those gross and annoying habits that Peter did.

He decided that manners were important and he started to show good behavior and use good manners. They obviously know that doing those things without saying excuse was not a good thing. But they enjoyed the story. So this book definitely achieves the purpose of making kids aware of their behavior and using proper etiquette. My kids know to use their manners, but they were really amused by naughty Peter and his bad manners. Besides, we all need reinforcement, so this is a book we will read every so often to remind us what bad manners look like. I would recommend this book to families with kids ages Mar 27, Melissa added it Shelves: This story is a cute, humorous attempt to teach children that using bad manners is not a good idea and great bridge to talking about manners.

The illustration Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners! The illustrations were adorable. The book was a big hit at my house. I read it to my six year old daughter and she giggled the entire way through. If you are fussy and do not like references of toots, boogers, and burps I would say skip this book otherwise get this hysterical book and perform the sound effects with pride. I feel would appeal to boys but as I said my daughter enjoyed it also.

I would recommend this book to others! Dec 01, Jonita rated it really liked it. This story is aimed at year olds, and since I have a 4 year old and a six year old I thought that it was the perfect story to read to them!

In the book our main character, a monkey, is rude. He burps, he toots, he doesn't say "please" or "thank-you".

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My boys enjoyed how the story was resolved, and they enjoyed the cute pictures even though they were in black and white because that's the only option that my eReader has. After the story the boys could easily tell me what had happened and the p This story is aimed at year olds, and since I have a 4 year old and a six year old I thought that it was the perfect story to read to them!

After the story the boys could easily tell me what had happened and the point of the story and they even used better manners that evening, making sure that they said "please" and "thanks". An enjoyable story for young kids with a great lesson, although I would recommend it more for boys than girls.

May 02, Habrewer rated it really liked it Shelves: He goes around burping and tooting all the time without worrying what people think or say. His parents decide to turn the tables on him at dinner one night and he is shocked by their behavior. He resolves to try and do better when they explain that they were just doing what he did. This book has a cute little monkey that reminds me of typical little boys. It also shows them that this is not accepted behavior and that they need to learn to control their actions. The book was fun and the illustrations were wonderful.

Lilly thought that Pete the Monkey was silly. Jan 25, Sara Thompson rated it it was amazing Shelves: His poor manners got him attention and made him laugh until one day his family decided to act like Pete.

This is a cute book and would be loved by most boys. Pete is loud and likes body noises which would appeal to the male persuasion. He burps and he toots, and he picks his nose. Mom and Dad are secretly horrified. Okay, maybe not that secretly, but Pete, he just doesn't care. To him, good attention, bad attention, it's all attention, and he loves attention. Pete talks with his mouth full, never saying "thank you," "please," or "you're welcome. To Pete, it is nothing but good clean fun. Dinner is the best time to give everyone he loves a show.

He burps, he toots, he picks his nose, and food flies out of his mouth until mom and dad finally have had enough of Pete's terrible, awful, horrible manners. Rotten manners have never been so funny for the younger set. Pete is, dare I say, a cute monkey who has the most delightful expressions when he toots.

The illustration of Pete with his mouth full cracked me up--and I hate it when someone talks with her mouth full. The best part of the story is when Pete's parents finally decide to set Pete straight. I envy the kids who will have this read to them by their parents. The readers who act out what they read will have so much fun cracking up their kids. Terrible, Awful, Horrible Manners is one of those books kids will want to read over, and over, and over again, and again.

No fear parents, this is one book you will enjoy reading over, and over, and over again, and again. This star of this book was Peter a young monkey. He would do things like burp, pick his nose etc and not use his manners. He didn't say please or thank you and was indifferent to the feelings of those around him. Nothing his parents or sister said to him made a difference in his attitude.

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One day at dinner time, his family decided to teach him a lesson. They began doing all those gross and annoying habits that Peter did. He didn't realize how gross his behavior was and he seem to have a change of attitude. He decided that manners were important and he started to show good behavior and use good manners. My 2yr old and 4yr old were laughing and screaming "disgusting" when I read the parts about picking his nose or farting or burping.

They obviously know that doing those things without saying excuse was not a good thing. But they enjoyed the story. My 4yr old told me "mommy, it is not okay to fart and not say excuse me. So this book definitely achieves the purpose of making kids aware of their behavior and using proper etiquette. My kids know to use their manners, but they were really amused by naughty Peter and his bad manners. Besides, we all need reinforcement, so this is a book we will read every so often to remind us what bad manners look like. I would recommend this book to families with kids ages See all 13 reviews.

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