Teaching Your Children Good Manners: A Go Parents! Guide

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Nomad Press, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 148 pages
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You were thrilled at the prospect of a lovely family dinner out at a restaurant with your perfect, adorable children. Less than an hour later your table looks like a battlefield -- and your side lost. Everyone in the restaurant must be watching you, thinking you're a terrible parent who hasn't bothered to teach a thing about good manners. You vow never to go out to dinner again. Sound familiar? Don't worry -- help is at hand. Teaching Your Children Good Manners: a Go Parents! guide takes a humorous, hands-on approach to teaching children of all ages good manners in a wide variety of social situations, from answering the phone to eating out in restaurants. Combining humor, sound advice, and common sense, Teaching Your Children Good Manners will help make teaching children the basics of good manners an entertaining and (relatively) painless experience.

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Contents

Dont Talk With Your Mouth Full
13
Appropriate Language in Every Setting Page
39
Td Like You to Meet
57
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About the author (2001)

Lauri Berkenkamp is a mother of four children whose manners are improving daily and the author of Fern House: A Year in an Artist's Garden and In My Garden Journal. She lives in Strafford, Vermont. Steven C. Atkins, PsyD, is an instructor and clinical associate at Dartmouth Medical School's Department of Child Psychiatry. He lives in Hanover, New Hampshire.

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