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How to Be a Lady: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy
     

How to Be a Lady: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy

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by Candace Simpson-Giles
 

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Of all the women you know, how many of them would you describe as “a lady”? Naturally, you know women who are kind and intelligent, witty and resourceful; but a lady is an altogether different variety of female. She’s mindful of the effect she has on those around her, and she’s careful not to let her words or appearance betray her true

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How to Be a Lady: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was excellent. It's too bad there isn't a little more common courtesy in the world today. This book is easy to read, full of brief suggestions on how to be more courteous. The only complaint I have is that it is not well-organized, and about a handful of tips were mentioned more than once.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In a society where people are in too much of a hurry to be bothered with the common courtesies of holding doors, saying 'please' and 'thank you', and using turn signals, hope springs eternal. This back-to-basics book puts a practical, relevant spin on the timeless principles of personal grooming and working and playing well with others. This title would be a welcome addition to middle school required reading lists!
applepeace More than 1 year ago
I gave it 4 stars because I found that some of the stuff repeats its self,like it says a lady dosent pick up her phone at a service..and then I would find the samething on page 12 or somthing like that..I only found that on few things but this book is good does teach ya a few things..very easy to read.
Sarah McComas More than 1 year ago
I love this book
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Trisha147 More than 1 year ago
She didn't write any of it, she was approached by the editors since she seemed to be a 'lady of style'
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book had me crying in the middle of Barnes and Noble it was so hilarious! The thought of such etiquette during this century- it's almost absurd! You don't see someone following 'a lady never salts her food before tasting it! It's an insult to the cook!' It's so proper and so much fun to read, it makes want to have elegance!!
LauraReviews More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure if I can even summarize this book - it's monumentally disturbing. This isn't even one of those books that's making fun of gender roles. It's real. Most of these rules are ridiculous, but they are just basic rules for being a courteous human. Not just women only.