Simon Says Share, The First Of A Series Of Children Books That Talk About Manners

Simon Says Share consists of conversations about manners, caring, sharing and common courtesies between a diverse family. Each book in the series will encompass a diverse group of people. The illustrations are bright and eye-catching.
Nov. 23, 2008 - PRLog -- Simon Says Share is the first of a series of books that will talk about mannerisms, sharing and the courtesies we should use everyday, giving the reasons why we use them.  It will help to create a continuous dialog between parent and child, teacher and child and, most importantly, child and child.  Future titles, including Simon Says Thank You and Simon Says Please will explain more about why these mannerisms are necessary and how they have a positive effect on our lives. “The book's aim is to teach children to be courteous and respectful of others around them,” says Teresa, author and creator of the Simon Says series.

This book is particularly valuable for small children, preschoolers and kindergartners, who will quickly absorb what is being taught. It might even reinforce manners among some adults... Proper manners and courtesy are how we prosper in life, so why not teach our children how to prosper while they are young?

Simon Says Share and future books in the series will give adults the key to open a dialog with the children they read it to. The illustrations are eye-catching with vibrant colors, and the book is filled with characters that children can easily relate to.

You will find the book sold in print at:  The e-Book version is available at  

Author:  Teresa Butler
ISBN:  978-0-9820879-0-9
Format:  Soft Cover 9x9, 32 pages w/4 pages for kids to color, music single CD included
Retail price:  $12.50
Publisher:  Phylira, LLC

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Phylira, LLC is a female minority owned business we write and publish our own children books. Phylira is dedicated to helping children, the Simon Says series makes learning fun. The books have colorful characters and teach children about manners.
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