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Dude, That's Rude!: (Get Some Manners)

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  • Posted February 21, 2012

    Perfect for BOYS!

    I try not to follow typical gender roles with my daughter so I bought a few different types of manners books. This one looked funny, and it is, but definitely geared for boys. I don't regret the purchase. We are still going to finish it. I mean, she should know how to identify respectful behavior in boys as well at a young age right? Overall, very cute.

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  • Posted November 18, 2011

    Highly recommend! Easy to read with my 8 yr old son!

    This is a perfect book for 8yr old boys! We have been reading it together and there is never a dull moment! The book reinforces proper "rules of etiquette", but makes you laugh at the same time!

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  • Posted April 16, 2010

    Perfect for children, families, classrooms, after school care!

    This is self-help for kids that works. It is about MANNERS, a topic too often forgotten and ignored. It includes polite words, rude words, mall manners, school manners, table manners, how to treat guests, online e-tiquette and more. It is easy to read aloud and the kids enjoy finding out if they know the difference between good manners and bad manners. They will be the ones to benefit as they go through life without offending the adults in their midst. Some kids do not learn quickly by example and osmosis. Others do not have enough good examples in their life. They all really need the information in this book.

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