Manners Matter: Living the Golden Rule for Kids of All Ages

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Promise Press, 2002 - Religion - 208 pages
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Rudeness made headlines in early 2002 when a public opinion poll found that nearly four in five people believe lack of courtesy is a serious problem in the United States. Manners Matter-Living the Golden Rule for Kids of All Ages contains enlightened, up-to-date guidelines for living the Golden Rule in our rapidly changing, technological society. Hermine Hartley shows that manners are more than using the right fork-they're using the right attitude. Sections share fresh advice on business manners, dating, tipping, customer service, Netiquette, politically correct conversation, and more. Now more than ever, Manners Matter.

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Presenting Yourself
Table Manners and Dinner Parties

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Hermine Hartley is described by her husband as a "Proverbs 31 wife" and has earned degrees in motherhood, grandmotherhood, and happy homemaking. She and her husband, Al, have two children and six grandchildren. The Hartleys make their home in Florida.

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