Where IS Your Mother? offers answers to the everyday questions regarding basic
etiquette and simple grace. Fun, easy, and informative, this guide will open
the doors to rediscovering the importance and ease of basic etiquette and
simple grace in today's world. This is not "just another book on
etiquette"-each chapter is filled with sound information and great tips
presented in a simple, informative, and straightforward manner. The easy
strategies for more gracious living within are founded on classic
eighteenth-century guidelines, re-imagined for today's considerably more
complicated life, society, and lifestyles. Many basic (and not-so-basic)
etiquette questions are addressed, along with the mystery of whether or not
Grandma was really telling the truth about the power of the magic words of
etiquette: please, thank you, and excuse me. The presentation of
these guidelines has been simplified, eliminating the intimidation of the
subject matter, but the basics are very much in line with the Old World
etiquette lessons-lessons that author Ava Carroll-Brown feels should not only
be taught and followed but practiced regularly. Where IS Your Mother? is
a wonderful addition to any reference library and the perfect gift for anyone
at any occasion.
WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Ava Carroll-Brown is giving away a
hardcover copy of Where IS Your Mother? by Ava Carroll-Brown.
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* We received a complimentary Where Is Your Mother? book for review no financial compensation was received.
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