A Little Book of Manners For Boys
In "A Little Book of Manners for Boys", the authors instruct little boys in the importance of good conduct. Aimed at boys 4-7 years old, this book offers a bounty of valuable information to help boys learn basic manners. Topics...
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In "A Little Book of Manners for Boys", the authors instruct little boys in the importance of good conduct. Aimed at boys 4-7 years old, this book offers a bounty of valuable information to help boys learn basic manners. Topics covered include common courtesy, appropriate and inappropriate language and behavior, good sportsmanship, table manners, respectfulness, and good grooming and hygiene.
All parents want their boys to become respectful, courteous young men---and here's just the help children need! Using godly wisdom and whimsical illustrations, the Barneses teach your kids the basics of proper manners, covering everything from appropriate language to table etiquette, sportsmanship, good grooming, hygiene, and more. For ages 4 to 7.
Following up the popular title for girls, A Little Book of Manners, Bob and Emilie Barnes show special little boys in your life how good sportsmanship, table manners, and appropriate language create happy times. Lively illustrations by artist Michal Sparks will captivate your favorite little gentleman in the making.
Emilie Barnes is the author of 60 books, including The Twelve Teas of Friendship; Cleaning Up the Clutter; Heal My Heart, Lord; and her popular Minute Meditations books. Emilie and her husband, Bob, are also the founders of More Hours in My Day time,management seminars.- Publisher.
Dr. Robert and Rosemary Barnes are conference speakers and coauthors of Rock-Solid Marriage, Preparing your child for Dating, Ready for Responsibility, Great Sexpectations and We Need to Talk. Dr. Robert Barnes is executive director of Sheridan House Family Ministries, the author of several books, host of the weekly "Family Time Radio" program, and writer of a newspaper column on family issues. Rosemary Barnes is a frequent national conference speaker with Robert on marriage and family issues.