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Does not live up to expectations of a Clifford book lover.
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2017
The side columns are unnecessary and take away from the story. They each have a symbol that is supposed to correspond to each manner, and then all the symbols are on the front and back pages. The symbols don't do a good job of depicting the manners, so they are useless to a kid. There is no story line like the other Clifford books. It's basically a list of manners in book form. Not very exciting or interesting.