Sunday, October 6, 2019

Review of "Manners in Public," by Carrie Finn

Review of

Manners in Public, by Carrie Finn ISBN 9781404831537

Five out of five stars

 There are many simple ways in which a person can grease the operations of social cohesion, many of them are called “manners.” This book covers many of the basic ones, such as saying “please” and “thank you” to others. Other simple actions are taking your proper place in line in public places, staying quiet in educational places such as libraries and museums and always putting your trash into the proper receptacle.

 Written at the level of the early elementary school student and illustrated with people that have large round heads with long and extremely skinny necks, this is a book that will start the child on the road to being a good and kindly citizen. Something that there can never be enough of.

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