Thursday, April 5, 2012

FREE eBook on "Boys and Manners: 104 Things Your Boys NEED to Know"!

Amazon is offering the "Boys And Manners: 104 Things Your Boys NEED to Know" e-book for Kindle for FREE!  In today's society, manners are not nearly as encouraged as they should be -- this looks like a great read and it's rated 5-stars (out of 278 reviews)!

  • If you don’t have a Kindle, you can just download a free reading app from Amazon which will allow you to read this on your PC, iPad, iPhone, blackberry, android, Mac and more!
  • Prices change often.....if it's still FREE the price will be listed as $0.00

"Emily Post said: "Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use."

Good old Emily Post was right. It doesn't really matter what fork your Boys use... The essence of Good Manners runs much deeper than that. A Boy's manners are reflected in how they interact with those around them - family members, their friends, other adults. The kind of manners your Boys display toward others tell more about their character than any words can say.

In days gone by, Good Manners used to be considered important -- even essential. But somehow over the past couple of generations, our society has shifted from "caring for others" to "pleasing ourselves". Academic achievement (learning facts and knowledge) has become much more important than learning to show civility and respect to those around us.

We live in a day and age where manners are NOT highly valued -- and bad manners are actively promoted. Plain old common courtesy is at an all-time low. If ever there was a time that instilling good manners into our Boys was difficult, it is now. In fact, this can be one of the toughest jobs a parent has to face.

BOYS AND MANNERS contains some of the tools you need to l help guide you in your ongoing quest to instill better manners into your Boys... and at the same time help them understand the true reasons why "good manners" are so vitally important, right now and for their future."

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