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cookie rookieCookie Rookie – Those cookies sure tasted good. But it just didn’t cross his mind early enough, that it would have worked out better for him if he had asked first. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour.

By: Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, Illustrated by Agnes de Bezenac

 

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  • From the authors site writes:
    I like how the story is told from a child’s perspective. My kid really tunes into stories that are structured this way.

    ritesh writes:
    good book

    harry writes:
    my daughter liked this book, nice pictures and storyline

    esmeralda writes:
    My kids love this book!!

    Henry writes:
    Good book but put more pages in. Would be good for 2 or 3 year olds.

    Luke writes:
    It is a good book because it tells little boys not to take without asking but it is a good book

    Luke writes:
    It is a good book because it tells little boys not to take without asking but it is a good book

    sara writes:
    fun story! good lesson for kids.

     

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