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I Want to Teach My Child About Manners by Jennie Bishop

An On-The-Go Guide for Busy Parents

Trade Paper
October 2005
$9.99


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Product Details
ISBN: 9780784717707
Trim Size: 7.50 x 5.25 x 0.25 in
Page Count: 96
Weight: 0.39lb
Binding: Trade Paper
Status: Active
Publication Date: October 2005
How do I teach my child about manners?

Busy parents like you long for help, hints, and solid strategies to enable their kids to learn the importance of complete fitness. From proper behavior and politeness to knowing when to speak and when to listen, I Want to Teach My Child About Manners offers clear, concise information about the impact of health and fitness plus tips, lists, charts, questions, and practical, interactive suggestions for helping your child... 
  • Discover that manners do matter—a lot!
  • Understand that good manners reflect our attitudes.
  • Explore how a lack of manners affects our relationships. 
  • Learn the importance of proper etiquette and when to use it.
  • Realize that good manners show respect for God and others. 
I Want to Teach My Child About Manners fits neatly into your purse, pocket, or briefcase—ready to offer you support, activities, and loads of practical information in a snap! (Be sure to check out the other I Want to Teach My Child About ... books— because you're never too busy to teach your child!)
Jennie Bishop is a writer and speaker with a real passion for the ideals of purity and family. She is also the founder of PurityWorks, an international organization that specializes in lifetime purity training. Jennie lives in Florida with her husband, Randy, and two daughters.

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