50 Things Every Young Lady Should Know
School, clubs, soccer practice, piano lessons, study groups, latte with friends, dinner with grandparents, sleepovers, birthday parties, shopping?young ladies today are always on the go, their busy lives filled with activities and socializing. Girls interact with more people and in...
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School, clubs, soccer practice, piano lessons, study groups, latte with friends, dinner with grandparents, sleepovers, birthday parties, shopping?young ladies today are always on the go, their busy lives filled with activities and socializing. Girls interact with more people and in more places than ever before. But all of those opportunities to build friendships, make a good impression, and enjoy exciting experiences can go awry if she hasn?t learned the basics of good conduct, respectful interaction, and thoughtful behavior.
While the formal rules of etiquette are not taught the way they once were, good manners are as critical today as they ever were. 50 Things Every Young Lady Should Know provides a modern update on the ageless idea that girls should know appropriate and courteous responses to any given situation. Good manners aren?t just some quaint idea and old-fashioned concept from the past. They're an essential aspect of every young lady's path to adulthood and the skills she will need to thrive in whatever she chooses to do. In an ever-changing world, good manners never go out of style.
Bryan Curtis is the vice president of marketing and associate publisher of Rutledge Hill Press. He is the coauthor of "As a Gentleman would Say "and "A Gentleman Entertains" and has edited four other books of presidential quotations. he lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
John Bridges is the author of How to Be a Gentleman. He is a frequent guest on television and radio news programs, addressing the role of gentlemanly behaviour in society. He is the director of cultural affairs for the city of Nashville, Tennessee where he resides.- Publisher.
Kay West has been working in and writing about country music for over twenty years. She has been a columnist, feature writer, and restaurant critic for the Nashville Scene for fifteen years and has been voted Best Feature Writer in Nashville for three consecutive years by readers. She also writes for People, Nashville Lifestyles, and NFocus magazines and is the author of two previous books, How to Raise a Gentleman and How to Raise a Lady. Kay lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her two teenaged children.