Give Please a Chance
Bill O'Reilly James Patterson Scott Magoon Daniel Roode Olga Ivanov Aleksey Ivanov Alina Chau Amy June Bates
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Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM By Bill O'Reilly James Patterson Scott Magoon Daniel Roode Olga Ivanov Aleksey Ivanov Alina Chau Amy June Bates

In this instant classic, Bill O Reilly and James Patterson together present a beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the magic of the word Please for our children.In this inspired collaboration, bestselling authors Bill O Reilly and James Patterson remind us all that a single word Please is useful in a thousand different ways From finding a lovable stIn this instant classic, Bill O Reilly and James Patterson together present a beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the magic of the word Please for our children.In this inspired collaboration, bestselling authors Bill O Reilly and James Patterson remind us all that a single word Please is useful in a thousand different ways From finding a lovable stray dog to needing a partner on a seesaw, from reading a bedtime story to really, really needing a cookie, Give Please a Chance depicts scenes and situations in which one small word can move mountains With a vivid array of illustrations by different artists, this charming, helpful book is a fun and memorable way for children to learn the magic power of one simple word please.
  • Title: Give Please a Chance
  • Author: Bill O'Reilly James Patterson Scott Magoon Daniel Roode Olga Ivanov Aleksey Ivanov Alina Chau Amy June Bates
  • ISBN: 9780316276887
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Hardcover

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Carol Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
VE PLEASE A CHANCE is a super cute picture book for the little ones (ages 3-6) with a timeless message for any age, and it really has great illustrations by a variety of artists, but, that being said, I still expected more bang for the buckBoth Patterson and O'Reilly donating proceeds to charity.
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Kate Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Nah. The bulk of the book is cute enough, with different artists illustrating the different situations in which you can say please, but then I read the introduction and realized who the author is. Apparently back when Bill O'Reilly and James Patterson were growing up (in the 50's and 60's), there were rules that everyone followed so life was easy and wonderful. Nowadays there's "confusion", but if we could all just learn to say "please" America would be great again. Poor guys. Kids are so rude t [...]
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Jennifer Miera Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Oh, please. It took not one, but TWO authors to come up with such literary wonders as, "Can I have seconds? Please." A mouse could have written a better book.
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Emma Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Not all American kids are rude.Not all of these questions correlate to the use of "Please?".Not everyone believes in the Christian God, way to cut out entire populations of Americans there guys.Only a small portion of these sentences relate to politeness. Others are begging, etc.Awful book.
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Aaron Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
This really is a good book to help introduce the concept of "Please" and when to say it to really young kids. Each pair of pages present a simple statement said by a child that highlights a moment when you should say please when asking for something or for help. That situation is also visualized with a cute and easy-to-comprehend illustration. Each beautiful illustration is created by different artists.Despite the sad irony of a "Please" book written by O'Reilly who was fired from Fox News for a [...]
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Anita Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I don't like how this book in the introduction, assumes that all American kids are rude. Immediate turn off.
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Christine Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Zero stars. Oh-my-sweet-and-spicy-noodles! I cannot believe that James Patterson teamed up with this nut/alleged sexual predator to write a children's book. James, my son and I love your "Maximum Ride" series but I'm seriously losing some respect for you, with this partnership. PLEASE avoid O'Reilly in future. Irony intended.Yes: as an early childhood educator I can attest that it is very necessary for children to learn the word "please," and to use it. Frequently. Along with many other phrases [...]
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Joey Hines Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
From the introduction to this new Bill O'Reilly/James Patterson bestseller: "Believe it or not, once upon a time, James and I were both kids. Life was much easier in those days because there were rules most Americans followed. Holding the door for someone. A nod and a hello. Even just saying 'please.' Most kids did those things back then, but now there is confusion in many places."Somebody shoot me please!!!From the taunting appropriation of a John Lennon song title, to the darkly ambiguous use [...]
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Elaine Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I think the collaboration with many illustrators is spectacular and that is why I give this 3 stars, instead of only 2. I'm not sold by the lecture at the front and how it equates to begging throughout, rather than politeness. It doesn't add up.
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Amy Rae Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
The two stars are one star is for the variety of illustrators who worked on this project. Their varied artwork is a quick way to check out the styles of artists working in picture books today--and then go buy other books that feature their work. The book's text, by comparison, is haphazard and shapeless. The idea of "here are a bunch of situations in which you might say please" is fine; in fact, i'd be surprised if it hasn't been done a dozen times before. However, each page has no bearing on th [...]
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Angela Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I was surprised to find myself giving this book a five-star rating. After reading it myself, I was underwhelmed with the simplicity of the book and, frankly, general lack of content. But my son LOVES it, and isn't that the point? The illustrations are really eye-catching, and the repetitiveness of "Please?" is super-catchy for a developing mind. At this point, my son can narrate the book himself, just by remembering the pictures, and he never forgets the big "PLEASE?" at the end. He even relates [...]
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Jenje Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Skimmed through it when it was passed over to me at a family function and it seemed fairly benign. A series of poorly written vignettes with alright illustrations.Then the introduction was pointed out to me and whoa momma! Can't even let a children's book stay out of the political fray. Sat down and read it - most of these situations don't even make sense. There are better children's books out there that can explain manners. Skip this, please.
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Melanie Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
There is nothing wrong with teaching a child to say please, but all this book is is pictures of children saying please to get what they want in various situations. However, just because a child says please does not mean that they will get to adopt all the kittens from the shelter, or keep a giant dog that they found, or even eat a cookie. There are better books than this to teach children about manners.
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Jay Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I love how the forward screams I'm an old man, get off my lawn, kids these days waaa waaa waaa. Half the book is where the child is supposedly asking a question to a statement that doesn't make sense to have a question asked.The literary quality is what one would expect from Bill O'Reilly.It saddens me people are spending money on this crap for their kids.
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Jackie Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Read the title, skip the book.
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K8 Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I currently have no polite words for this one.
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Sojourner Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
This is no ordinary book. It is the work of two famous writers - two of the best known names, one as a TV show host and author of an explosive “Killing” series, and the other, arguably the most-read author alive. What would you expect when they come together? An explosive, tight and taut book that will keep you on the edge of seat from start to finish? Perhaps, that’s what many of us would expect. Instead, the big guns have focused on something else.In a world ravaged by hatred and enmity, [...]
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Heydi Smith Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I think that many of the reviewers for this book are reviewing it based on their political biased for the authors and not on the books merits. This is a book review site. Valid author’s comments for a book review site: I was curious about why these two authors teamed up to write a picture book about politeness. Apparently they are neighbors and felt this was a needed book for our society.I too feel like our society has lost much of its manners on all sides. Brilliant example of this are many o [...]
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Tansy Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
This is in my work's library and it was read to a Grade 2 class. Considering who wrote the book - you cannot help but get political about it. Before being fired Bill O'Reilly spewed the right-wing vitriol that Fox News does. Some of the statements in this book make perfect sense, others even the class pointed out did not make grammatical sense.Also, there was one questionable sentence when a child was clearly in distress and they STILL had to say please to get someone to help them. The children [...]
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JennE Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
⭐️⭐️1/2 text ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️illustrations Sorry, reviewers, but this is not an "instant classic" to me just because two big names are on the cover. The concept is good, but with only one line of repetitive text to remind readers to say "please" over and over and over. Each page is illustrated by a different author, which is a style I like when talking to kids about books and writing styles.If you want to teach manners, choose a different book. Sorry, JP, this is a no go for me.
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JCLHeatherM Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
This book spotlights one of the most underrated common courtesies (saying please). When so many people are expecting more and more, taking a step back to say 'please' is refreshing. This collaboration highlights several famous illustrators who bring their own personal spin to the scenarios presented in the book. A great tool for storytimes and teaching social skills, 'Give Please a Chance' is a known crowd pleaser.
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Suzanne Kunz Williams Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
I LOVE LOVE LOVE how each page in this book is illustrated by someone new! I love the concept of this book that you have nothing to lose by saying please and saying please can really help you get what you want.**Talking points - What are some ways to be polite? When people say please how does it make you feel? When a person is not to polite to you or even rude, how does it make you feel?
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Rhonda K Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Who said manners are old fashioned? This is a great book that gets the message across in a variety of scenarios, that saying please is easy and important in everyday life and special occasions. Multiple artists contributed to each color page depicting a situation where young people need help or are asking for something. We loved it!
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Kerry Parker Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Growl.ammar-wise this book is a nightmare! When I read it to my daughter, I'll have to change all of the "can I"s to "may I"s. The pictures are lovely, and obviously the message of saying please is good.
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Danica Justsen Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
This was a cute book with detailed, quality illustrationst many words, but it gave my son and I some things to talk about. I'm not sure why each page has a new illustratorat got a little annoying, but I guess it's the "author's" way of making a simple idea new/unique.
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Michelle Brandstetter Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
It is such a simple little word that oftentimes can make all the difference. Marvelous illustrations. I was a little surprised by the authorship.
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Luther T Price III Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
The Best of a Christian NationAt 79 years of age this is just a repeat story of my upbringing. Cute, but surprised there is not more from such talented writers.
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V.A. Trafton Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
We all want things and need help but, before that can happen we need to remember the word please. There are many reasons to say please. Great examples of when to say please.
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Michelle Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
In my day yeah, this book was TERRIBLE! Bill O'reilly should go back to doing what he is known for. Anchoring, and sexually harassing his coworkers.
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Val Oct 30, 2020 - 22:44 PM
Instant classic? I think not. The only thing that this book has going for it are the illustrations. Hence the single star.
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Give Please a Chance By Bill O'Reilly James Patterson Scott Magoon Daniel Roode Olga Ivanov Aleksey Ivanov Alina Chau Amy June Bates In this instant classic, Bill O Reilly and James Patterson together present a beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the magic of the word Please for our children.In this inspired collaboration, bestselling authors Bill O Reilly and James Patterson remind us all that a single word Please is useful in a thousand different ways From finding a lovable stIn this instant classic, Bill O Reilly and James Patterson together present a beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the magic of the word Please for our children.In this inspired collaboration, bestselling authors Bill O Reilly and James Patterson remind us all that a single word Please is useful in a thousand different ways From finding a lovable stray dog to needing a partner on a seesaw, from reading a bedtime story to really, really needing a cookie, Give Please a Chance depicts scenes and situations in which one small word can move mountains With a vivid array of illustrations by different artists, this charming, helpful book is a fun and memorable way for children to learn the magic power of one simple word please.

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