Excuse Me A Little Book Of Manners
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📒Excuse Me ✍ Karen Katz
✏Excuse Me Book Summary : Presents babies in everyday situations from burping to breaking a sibling's toy and provides the right words to say, including "I'm sorry," "Excuse me," and "Thank you."
📒Mrs Es Extraordinary Manners Courtesy And Social Skills Activities ✍ Kathy Etringer
✏Mrs Es Extraordinary Manners Courtesy and Social Skills Activities Book Summary : It?s never too early to teach children manners, courtesy and social skills. From knowing when to say ?please? and ?thank you? at home, in school or in public places, to covering their nose when sneezing, there?s a multitude of good manners to teach children at an early age. These engaging hands-on activities are a great way to introduce students to skills they will use for the rest of their lives. A popular children?s book title is included with each activity to enhance the lesson. Topics include being grateful, complimenting others, coughing and sneezing, good sportsmanship, having a good attitude, lining up, listening, please and thank you, table manners, tolerance and understanding, and many more.
📒Bringing Up Geeks ✍ Marybeth Hicks
✏Bringing Up Geeks Book Summary : A breakthrough parenting book that redefines the meaning of ?geek??and inspires parents to free themselves and their kids from the ?culture of cool.? In a world of superficial values, peer pressure, and out-of-control consumerism, the world needs more GEEKs: Genuine, Enthusiastic, Empowered Kids. Today?s ?culture of cool? has changed the way kids grow up. Rather than enjoying innocent childhoods while developing strong, authentic characters, today?s kids can become cynical?even jaded?as they absorb the dangerous messages and harmful influences of a dominant popular culture that encourages materialism, high-risk behaviors, and a state of pseudo-adulthood. Author and mother of four Marybeth Hicks suggests an alternative: bringing up geeks. In this groundbreaking book, she shows parents how they can help their children gain the enthusiasm to pursue their passions, not just the latest fashions; the confidence to resist peer pressure and destructive behaviors; the love of learning that helps them excel at school and in life; and the maturity to value family as well as friends, as well as make good moral decisions. With a foundation like that, kids will grow up to be the coolest adults.
📒Baby Sing Sign Parent Guide ✍ Anne Meeker
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📒Look My Little Manners Book ✍ Ali C. Johnson & Leah AliMarie Dorn
✏Look My Little Manners Book Book Summary : Ali has partnered with her five-year-old granddaughter, Leah AliMarie Dorn, adding her perspective to help all little children just like her to learn their manners in a fun and happy way.
📒Hippo Says Excuse Me ✍ Michael Dahl
✏Hippo Says Excuse Me Book Summary : Hippo uses his manners to help a little chick.
📒Cheeky Monkey Manners Excuse Me ✍ Lisa Kerr
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✏The servant s behaviour book or Hints on manners and dress for maid servants in small households by mrs Motherly Book Summary :
📒The Little Book Of Big Excuses ✍ Addie Johnson
✏The Little Book of Big Excuses Book Summary : Nobody ever said being an adult was easy. But it's easier with The Little Book of Big Excuses, with hundreds of excuses for things you did, things you didn't do, things you did wrong, and things you never want to hear about again. First things first: "Fake Don't Flake." In here are your excuses for being late for or not showing up to any number of places for any number of reasons--grandma's birthday party, work, home, weddings, dentists appointments. "Excusez-Moi, si'l vous plait" is where to look when you're caught wearing a halter top to a black tie event. Or forget your boss's spouse's name--again. Or don't want to pick up the tab. The French have a word for everything. If you need to learn how to say "I'd Love to, but"--the art of articulating just why you can't do most anything you don't want to do--in any language, this is the book for you. Demonstrate your incompetence. When someone asks you to bring those complicated hors d'oeuvres, show up half an hour late with half the ingredients. Bonus section here: how to get someone else to do all the work while you still get the credit. "Delivery Subsystem Failure--Mailboxes, Messages, Missives Gone Awry, Oh My!" Never, ever again will you want for an excuse for not writing, calling, IMing, or emailing. Fake communication breakdowns make fail-safe excuses for a myriad of don't wannas and didn't do its. "All's Fair in Love" contains excuses for not calling, not going on the second date, forgetting the birthday or anniversary of the one you love. Plus how to retreat with remorse, even from the altar steps. Hint: You could have your mother or your manager phone it in. That's what Julia Roberts did. * Hundreds of excuses for thousands of situations, plus "The Excuse Clinic: How to Make Lame Excuses Walk and Okay Excuses Sing."* Life is serious business, people, so pay attention. Let Addie help you off the hook.
📒Excuse Me ✍ Rosanne Thomas
✏Excuse Me Book Summary : "Both novice and experienced workers will find a wealth of business etiquette in a book that, instead of excusing bad behavior, could help prevent it from happening in the first place." -Foreword Reviews, 5 Star Review In today's workplace, good manners matter more than ever. Blending different generations, genders, and cultures brings energy and fresh perspectives to the workplace. But the flip side is an environment ripe for confusion and social blunders. Mix in increasingly open-plan workplaces and constant connectivity, and the chance that we'll unintentionally annoy or offend others increases exponentially. Exactly what are the rules these days? Is it acceptable to text your boss at home? What is the polite way to ask a colleague to take a distracting conversation behind closed doors? What about the use of smartphones in meetings? Merging classic rules of behavior with new realities of modern business, Excuse Me spotlights dozens of puzzling situations, with suggestions for bridging divides. The book untangles the nuances of: Meeting etiquette * Interview expectations * Proper office attire * Electronic manners * Privacy in tight spaces * Eye contact and nonverbal cues * Small talk * Business dining * Social media use * Working remotely and flexibly * And more. While the youngest employees might seem unruly, the oldest can seem rigid. Good manners create an atmosphere of respect, and smooth the way for everyone to succeed.