Good Manners Stories

Good Manners Stories

Introducing “Good Manners Stories,” a delightful collection of short, moral bedtime stories in English, specifically designed for preschoolers, 3 and 4-year-olds. These engaging tales teach valuable lessons on good manners, kindness, and respect through the captivating adventures of lovable characters. Download the PDF version of this charming book and embark on a journey with your little ones as they discover the importance of politeness and courtesy.

Our collection includes the following stories:

  1. Blanca and Rosalinde: Follow the heartwarming tale of two sisters who learn the importance of sharing, kindness, and supporting each other through life’s challenges.
  2. Mother Holle: Dive into the enchanting world of Mother Holle, where a kind and diligent girl is rewarded for her good manners and hard work, while her ill-mannered sister faces the consequences of her poor choices.
  3. Prince Darling: Unravel the transformative story of Prince Darling, a spoiled young prince who learns the value of humility, compassion, and good manners on his journey to becoming a wise and just ruler.
  4. Riquet with the Tuft: Explore the magical story of Riquet, a clever but unattractive prince, and a beautiful but simple-minded princess, as they discover that true beauty and wisdom come from treating others with kindness and respect.

These timeless tales are perfect to tell during bedtime or as a part of kindergarten lessons, fostering a love for reading and instilling essential values in young minds. Each story is presented in a simple, easy-to-read format with enchanting illustrations that will captivate your child’s imagination.

Download the “Good Manners Stories” PDF today and share these heartwarming tales with your little ones, fostering a lifetime of good manners and positive character development. This collection of stories is perfect for parents, caregivers, and educators looking for engaging and educational content related to teaching essential life skills and morals to their young audience.