May I Please Have a Cookie

May I Please Have a Cookie? by Jennifer E. Morris
(2 – 5 years)

Alfie loves his mommy’s cookies, and he wants one more than anything! But grabbing for one, fishing for one, and dressing up as a cookie inspector don’t seem to work. His mommy says there is a better way. What is it? The littlest of readers will learn proper manners with Alfie as his mommy teaches him to say the magic words.

Dude, That's Rude!

Dude, That’s Rude! by Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick
(6 – 11 years)

Kids today need manners more than ever, and Dude, That’s Rude! makes it fun and easy to get some. This book gives kids a great start.

50 Essential Etiquette Lessons

50 Essential Etiquette Lessons
by Katherine Flannery

Meeting strangers at a party, alone in the elevator with the CEO, declining a second date because the first was a disaster—today’s social situations apply a lot of pressure. 50 Essential Etiquette Lessons shares the best ways to approach these common challenges with confidence and ease.

Do Unto Otters

Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners by Laurie Keller
(3 – 7 years)

Mr. Rabbit’s new neighbors are Otters. OTTERS! Will they get along? Will they be friends? Just treat otters the same way you’d like them to treat you, advises Mr. Owl. Do Unto Otters highlights how to be a good friend and neighbor―simply follow the Golden Rule!

Emily Post's Etiquette

Emily Post’s Etiquette, 19th Edition: Manners for Today
by Lizzie Post & Daniel Post Senning

From social networking to social graces, this edition tackles classic etiquette and manners advice with an eye toward diversity and the contemporary sensibility that etiquette is defined by consideration, respect, and honesty.

The Ladies' Book of Etiquette

The Ladies’ Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness
by Florence Hartley

Learn how to be as ladylike as possible. The Ladies’ Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness witty and useful advice on behaving like a lady still rings as true today as when first published in 1860.

10 Good Manners That You Must Teach Your Kids

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