Social Arts Atlanta has added two volumes to is library of books about etiquette, social customs and social dance.
How tow Speak Politely and Why by Murnro Leaf is a young children’s book with whimsical illustrations and examples of how using good language communicates respect and attention. Right is an image of page eight with the “awful little creature” yeah.
The second addition is from the Post family. Good Manners for Kids includes section of home and school life with tips for bike riding and using cell phones in public.
SAA welcomes questions from our families and followers about etiquette and social dance. Please send these questions to email@example.com.
Manners, the ways that people apply the principles of etiquette, change over time and from culture to culture, but the principles do not.
-Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D. & Peggy Post
Manners and etiquette go hand in hand. Under all of it should be honesty, consideration and respect. The best thing to do in every social situation can be gotten to by being truthful, thinking of the other person’s needs and accepting him or her as they are.
Senning, Cindy Post., and Peggy Post. Teen Manners: From Malls to Meals to Messaging and Beyond. New York: Collins, 2007. Print.