Everyday Graces: A Child's Book of Manners

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Karen Santorum has produced for parents and teachers a wonderfully rich and instructive anthology. Her volume speaks to the regrettable fact that the subject of manners is not much discussed anymore, and that good manners seem practiced even less. Here, Santorum arranges a collection of stories and poems that will develop and enrich the moral imagination. Illustrations.

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LindsAy H

Jan 24, 2016

Great anthology and teaching tool

I checked out this book from the library, and my six-year-old enjoyed it so much we rechecked it three times before purchasing it for her for Christmas. I like the variety of stories and poem - snippets from Greek and Roman mythology, "Anne of Green Gables," Robert Louis Stevenson stories, "Miss Nelson is Missing," and so much more. Not only does it help introduce and reinforce good manners, but it also teaches appreciation for all different kinds of writings. As a parent, this book has guided me in things to teach my children, and I appreciate that I can let my children read it on their own and know that I do not have to be concerned about the content. We love this book at our house!

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