Mary Louise Loses Her Manners by Diane Cuneo

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One morning, after some particularly shocking--but awfully funny--breakfast behavior, Mary Louise realizes that she has lost her manners. I've paid so little attention to them, she thinks, that they've up and run away! She has no choice but to begin a search mission.

From a neighborhood restaurant to a doctor's office, past a hot dog vendor then a street musician, and even into the library, Mary Louise tries to find her manners. Instead she ends up making more trouble everyplace she goes. Have her manners deserted her forever?

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About Diane Cuneo

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Diane Cuneo is an advertising copywriter and former columnist.Jack E. Davis's first picture book was Music Over Manhattan (by Mark Karlins). He is also the illustrator of Dan Greenburg's Zack Files series (Grosset & Dunlap).
Published August 10, 1999 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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And although the other characters see the manners, they remain concealed from readers' view even after Mary Louise finds them.

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