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Atchoo! The Complete Guide to Good Manners

Following on from the successful Have you seen my Potty, Suzy Sue and her animal friends now star in this wonderfully witty book about manners.

This is the story of Suzy Sue and the fateful day when she went 'ATCHOO!'. Suzy Sue sneezes but forgets to cover her mouth. The animals are astounded and decide it's time to teach her some manners.

 

Atchoo! The Complete Guide to Good Manners

Author: Mij Kelly & Mary McQuillan

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