1st U.S. ed.
Please is the magic word, and everyone in Virginia Austin's charming story says please in his or her own way. A dog says woof woof, which means Throw my ball, please When the ducks say quack quack, they mean Can we have some bread, please? As they see that thy can say please (and thank you) in more ways than one, young readers will discover just how magical words can be.
AD: Adult Directed 320L
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|Grouped Work ID||45eff02c-82f4-c56c-2491-9d93477850e2|
|Grouping Title||say please|
|Grouping Author||austin virginia|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-04-18 01:13:57AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-10 04:28:28AM|
|author||Austin, Virginia, 1951-|
|available_at_rampart||Florissant Public Library|
|detailed_location_rampart||RLD Florissant Easy Children's Fiction|
|display_description||Having heard the farm animals say "Please" with woofs, quacks, oinks, and meows, Tom adopts the same noises when he asks his aunt to read him a story.|
|lexile_code||AD: Adult Directed|
|owning_library_rampart||Rampart Library District|
|owning_location_rampart||Florissant Public Library|
|subject_facet||Animal sounds -- Juvenile fiction|
Domestic animals -- Juvenile fiction
|title_full||Say please / Virginia Austin|