They're the words you want your kids to live by--Say please, don't swear, brush your teeth.
One child must have felt there were too many to remember, so one child wrote them down.
And now his rule book is in the hands of a Wal-mart employee who is looking to return it to his rightful owner.
Raymond Flores found it while clearing empty carts.
Some of the tips are written by an adult, others by a child.
Flores hopes he can find the child author.
"They put a lot of hard work into it. These rules mean a lot to them and probably to the parents as well, he said."
One of Flores' favorite rules in the book is “Don't bite the dentist,” and “No eating other people's food.”
-- ABC Report
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