How to Behave and Why

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Universe Books, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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"No matter where you are or who you are, there are four main things that you have to do if you want to make good friends and keep them.

You have to be HONEST
You have to be FAIR
You have to be STRONG
and you have to be WISE
And there is no good in trying to fool yourself. All that isn't so easy."

In a time when all the rules for raising children have been redefined dozens of times, here is a book for bewildered parents from a simpler time when we all agreed on what was right and what was wrong. First published in 1946, Munro Leaf's How To Behave And Why gives touchingly sincere yet gently funny lessons in Honesty, Fairness, Strength, and Wisdom. Originally intended for the very young, but with meaning for us all, How To Behave and Why is a true classic, charmingly illustrated with childlike drawings, and with a timeless message. It is a sure guide for teaching children (and adults) how to behave.

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User Review  - Donna Whitley - Goodreads

I love this book. read it with my son before he was diagnosed with ADHD and it gave us a bond and understanding of how to work things out together. It helps children to understand in a fun easy way the reasons we should behave in the correct manner. Read full review

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User Review  - Jen - Goodreads

All I knew about "How to Behave and Why" is that it was written by Munro Leaf, author of Ferdinand, one of my favorite childhood stories (the poor bull just wanted to smell the flowers, not fight in ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
29
Section 2
33
Section 3
41
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Munro Leaf is best known for his classic children's book The Story of Ferdinand, first published in 1936. A bestseller that has been continuously in print since publication and has been translated into sixty languages, it is the gentle story of a peaceful bull named Ferdinand, a favorite for generations of children.

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