Manners and More for Boys

by Gail Reed & Illustrated by Nolia



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/24/2015

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781480821293
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781480821309
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781480821316

About the Book

Boys who learn good manners at an early age develop self-control, make better choices, and become better people as adults.

They need perpetual guidance from adults in order to develop these values. There are certain skills that must be taught, practiced, and reinforced in order for young boys to grow into honorable young men.

This fun, illustrated guide will help you teach the special young boys in your life how to:

  • start the morning off right by brushing teeth, combing hair, and showering if needed;
  • greet friends, parents, and teachers in a friendly manner;
  • make introductions using a firm handshake and direct eye contact;
  • exhibit good body language and a positive attitude;
  • show good sportsmanship at all times;
  • behave appropriately with members of the opposite sex.

Having good manners is much more than simply saying “please” and ‘thank you.” Help your young man become an Extraordinary Gentleman with, “Manners and More for Boys.”

About the Author

Gail Reed grew up spending summers in the Lowcountry at Lands End, South Carolina, fishing, crabbing, and skiing in the waters of St. Helena Sound. The artwork in this book has a Lowcountry theme. She is a retired educator and lives in Evans, Georgia, with her husband, Travis.

Nolia is a “nickname” given to Pat Biggerstaff by her close friends and family. She and her husband, Dwaine, are from Lincolnton, Georgia. They have two adult daughters, Christen and Natalie, and four grandchildren. Nolia and her husband spend as much time as possible at their cottage on St. Helena Island, South Carolina, where she paints the daily life activities of the Gullah community for a local art gallery. Her love of the southern coastline’s natural beauty has influenced Nolia’s illustrations in this book.