How to Raise a Gentleman
How to Raise a Gentlemanis an invaluable resource for parents whohope their little boys will grow up to be the kind of men who know which fork touse, how to treat others, and will generally make their parents proud....
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How to Raise a Gentlemanis an invaluable resource for parents whohope their little boys will grow up to be the kind of men who know which fork touse, how to treat others, and will generally make their parents proud.
How to Raise a Gentlemanfocuses on real-life topics such as: being agood sport, play dates, and - especially for boys - "personal habits:farting, belching, boogers, and scratching." The book includes:
Personal stories pertaining to each topic Suggestions for the age at which a parent should introduce a child to certain rules Helpful ideas in easy-to-remember phrases And suggestions that parents can follow to "teach by example"
Somewhere amid the tangle of video game controllers and muddy sneakers, there's a nice boy. And somewhere within that nice boy is a gentleman just waiting to emerge. For at least eighteen years, you'll have the pleasure of coaxing him out, little by little. You'll make sure he knows how to act at a formal dinner, and you'll explain to him that answering a telephone should never involve the words ?yeah? or ?hang on.? And eventually, you'll be confident that he can react maturely when his team loses in overtime or when he meets a girl he likes. He'll know which fork to use, how to dress on an airplane, and when it's appropriate to speak up for himself and others. Let Kay West guide you through his transformation from boy to gentleman, and watch his young life flourish.
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.