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Teen Manners

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Let’s face it, how we behave is a choice, and as you move into adult life, the choices get more complicated. You are out in the world, meeting all kinds of people and going different places on your own. Questions of etiquette seem to pop up everywhere you go:

What’s the latest on cell phone use and netiquette?
How can you make a good impression at college and job interviews?
ebook, 144 pages
Published October 6th 2009 by HarperCollins (first published 2007)
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* Why etiquette? The most trusted name in etiquette, Emily Post, answers that question in Teen Manners. Teen manners shows that etiquette is really about relationships and the way manners can smooth the way of social interactions. Real life question are answered. What's the latest on cell phone use? How can you make a good impression at a job interview? What are some tips for handling gossip and cliques? By choosing to use good etiquette a sense of self-respect and self confidence is developed t ...more
Betsy Jibson
Etiquette guide for teenagers with handy examples and relevant advice. I give ita B. It's not very creative, but I don't know if you can get creative with that kind of a reference guide. The sample situations were good though. It seemed like it could touch base fairly well with a teenage audience, although i don't know a teenager who woudl be caught dead picking it up.
This is a great manners book for teens. It features pictures, tips, and teen-friendly wording. It was easy to understand, but still had good advice and lessons. It talked about what to do in interviews, mall manners, table etiquette. A very good read for those who need a manners brush-up!
Bella Cermola
Great reference book, although I believe manners begin at home. It's appalling how our youth show little respect to others. I partner with parents to help their children and youth recognize the importance of manners.
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Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D. is Emily Post’s great-granddaughter and a director of The Emily Post Institute. newest book for children is Emily Post's Table Manners for Kids (Collins, May 2009) co-written with Peggy Post.

Cindy’s educational background and expertise in etiquette uniquely qualify her to write definitively on the subject of children’s manners in the 21st century. Her writing and recommen
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