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Please, Mr. Panda
by Steve Antony


Overview - What is the proper way to ask Mr. Panda for doughnuts?
Patiently and politely, Mr. Panda asks the animals he comes across if they would like a doughnut. A penguin, a skunk, and a whale all say yes, but they do not remember to say "please" and "thank you." Is anyone worthy of Mr.
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Overview
What is the proper way to ask Mr. Panda for doughnuts?
Patiently and politely, Mr. Panda asks the animals he comes across if they would like a doughnut. A penguin, a skunk, and a whale all say yes, but they do not remember to say "please" and "thank you." Is anyone worthy of Mr. Panda's doughnuts?
Steve Antony has captured a cute panda, delightful animals hungry for doughnuts, and a manners lesson. With the black-and-white animals, plain backgrounds, and brightly colored doughnuts, Antony's art is bold, striking, and engaging.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780545788922
  • ISBN-10: 0545788927
  • Publisher: Scholastic Press
  • Publish Date: December 2014
  • Page Count: 32
  • Reading Level: Ages 3-6


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Books > Juvenile Fiction > Social Themes - Manners & Etiquette
Books > Juvenile Fiction > Animals - Bears

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2014-11-10
  • Reviewer: Staff

Mr. Panda, though he’s a picture of tubby fuzziness, defies the friendly panda stereotype (for one, he has a permanent glower). He offers a box of iced doughnuts to a small penguin, who says, “Give me the pink one.” “No, you cannot have a doughnut,” growls the panda, turning his back on the shocked penguin and lumbering away. “I have changed my mind.” He offends a series of animals in similar fashion until a lemur pokes its head in. “May I have a doughnut... PLEASE, Mr. Panda?” While Mr. Panda doesn’t warm up, the “please” nets the lemur the entire box of doughnuts. Smart design decisions by Antony (Betty Goes Bananas) distinguish his visual storytelling. The warm gray backdrop and parade of black and white animals (a skunk, an ostrich, an orca) make the candy-colored doughnuts look all the more tantalizing. Novel perspectives, including an upside-down scene when the lemur makes its appearance, provide freshness, too. Children who remember to say “Please” will know right away what’s up, and those who don’t will not mind the reminder. Ages 3–5. (Jan.)

 
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