Finn cautiously observes his family doing all kinds of daily activities and wonders if he is big enough to do them, too. Join the young boy as he goes from cautious to confident and learns when and how to use good manners. Preschool-age children will delight in placing their hand on the clever handprint to see if they, like Finn, are big enough to do things like use their quiet voice at the library, share a cookie, and shake hands with grown-ups.
About the Author
Timothy Young has been an animator, puppet maker, toy designer,
sculptor, art director, and graphic designer. He is the author/illustrator of The Angry Little Puffin. His favorite part of being an author is traveling to schools and talking to kids.
Julia Pinckney lives in Charleston, South Carolina, and is the proud mother of two sons with impeccable manners.Timothy Young has done design work for Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, the
Muppets, Disney, the Simpsons, and Universal Studios. He is the author/illustrator of six published picture books including I Hate Picture Books! and The Angry Little Puffin.