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The Magic Words

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As kids grow up, it’s important to give them social skills to navigate the world with grace and poise. A solid foundation in good manners is one of the greatest gifts a child can receive. The Magic Words is a fun, charming book all about the rewards of saying please and thank you, reminding kids and adults alike that respect and appreciation when interacting with other ...more
ebook, 12 pages
Published August 12th 2013 by Bookbaby
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Mar 25, 2014 Adriana rated it really liked it
The Magic Words by Ana Koza revolves around realistic scenes happening in every home where children are being raised. I really enjoyed the story because the tone was tender full of innocence even if mother and son Tommy were tenacious. It portrays positive attitude. I do recommend it.

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Tommy has a great mom who loves him very much. She tries so hard to teach Tommy The Magic Words. She loves him and wants him to be a nice person so that other people will like him more. At first Tommy has a hard time remembering the magic words. But then he realizes that he gets more stuff and that he gets it quicker if he uses them. Tommy has a good heart wants to be a good little boy and do what his mother tells him to do
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May 03, 2014 Joana Arteaga rated it it was amazing
I thought The Magic Words was so cute. It only takes a few minutes to read it and that's great for little ones that don't pay attention for long periods of time. I asked my daughter what the magic words were before reading and she didn't know but by the end of the story she had learned what the magic words were. My 5 year old loved it!
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As a young girl growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico I enjoyed many of the adventures that the city and countryside had to offer. My family and I would visit the downtown area often, attending the many art museums and watching cultural and musical events featuring Mariachis and traditional Mexican dancing. On our day trips to the countryside, we would visit beautiful places like La Siete Cascades, ...more
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