Alice was making a farm in the middle of her bedroom. She asked Mama for a pig and chickens for her farm, but when Mama didn't have a horse, Alice turned to her papa.
"Please, Papa," said Alice.
"Okay," said Papa, who, since Alice asked so nicely, put her on his back and trotted around like a horse himself.
A playful story where, with the use of a single polite word, lines between the real and the imaginary become blurred as toy animals come to life.
A companion to Thank You, Mama , Kate Banks and Gabi Swiatkowska's Please, Papa is perfect for a quick and playful lesson in manners.
Level 1.4, 0.5 Points
|Grouped Work ID||9571414d-34dd-e99a-21af-80e41b57126a|
|Grouping Title||please papa|
|Grouping Author||banks kate|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-04 01:21:46AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-24 04:03:10AM|
|author||Banks, Kate, 1960-|
|available_at_gcld||GRC Granby Library|
|detailed_location_gcld||GRC Granby Juvenile|
|display_description||Alice learns the importance of saying "please" as well as that this magical word will not lead to everything she wants.|
|owning_library_gcld||Grand County Library Dist|
|owning_location_gcld||GRC Granby Library|
|subject_facet||Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction|
Etiquette -- Juvenile fiction
Human behavior -- Juvenile fiction
|title_full||Please, Papa / Kate Banks ; pictures by Gabi Swiatkowska|
|topic_facet||Conduct of life|