Explaining etiquette from A (“Applause”) to Z (“Zits”), Alex J. Packer blends outrageous humor with sound advice as he guides readers and explains why manners and etiquette are important—because people who know how to handle themselves in social situations come out on top, get what they want, feel good about themselves, and enjoy life to the fullest. Full of practical tips for every occasion, How Rude!® is a serious etiquette encyclopedia—and a hilarious read. In 480 pages, this revised and updated edition describes the basics of polite behavior in all kinds of situations at home, in school, online, and in the world.
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Join Dot and Duck in a simple, yet hilarious, story about kindness, manners and friendship that gets more and more chaotic with every turn of the page! Dot invites Duck to a tea party, but from the moment Duck enters the house, the tea party descends into chaos; from licking sandwich fillings to spitting tea, Duck gets ruder… and ruder… and ruder. Just how will Dot react to such outrageous behaviour? Simple, funny and ultimately touching, this book will appeal to any child who is learning what it is not to be rude and, more importantly, what it is to be a true friend.
Full of scientific facts, humor and just the right amount of yuck, How Rude! will make you scream "gross!" Featuring a countdown of the top 10 bad bugs who just won't mind their manners. One part illustration and one part photography, How Rude! is hilarious, informative, and seriously gross!
Mixes humor and frank responses to answer teens' questions about the basics of polite behavior with friends and more-than-friends, both male and female. Original.
LeStarge examines the ongoing American tradition of camping songs. With a brief history into the tradition of these songs in the past, LeStarge discusses the songs of those young girls (twelve thru eighteen years of age) who were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Schaumburg Stake in Schaumburg, Illinois from 1993 to 1998. Particular emphasis is placed on those songs with possible objectionable material included in the lyrics.
Presents helpful advice on manners and etiquette appropriate in a school setting.
It was the pathetic mews of a hungry mother cat, scrounging in a dumpster to feed her kittens that first caught Bob and Kathy Rude's attention. They found the hungry cat and several more hungry felines while helping out at the family restaurant one summer. The chance meeting between the hungry strays and two government computer programmers led to the creation of Rude Ranch Animal Rescue, one of the United States' hardest working No-Kill Animal Sanctuaries. Read on to meet these original Rude Cats and find what can go right and wrong when you try to help a few stray animals and inadvertently start an animal sanctuary.
The fairies stole her brother . . . . . . and now Red is trapped. In the dangerous fairy realm, she strikes a bargain. Her brother will be returned, but only if she can complete a perilous magical quest in the human world. If she fails, she will lose him - and her own freedom - for ever. With the help of Tanya and Fabian, Red's desperate task begins - but a shocking discovery turns it into a race against time. And even if the friends succeed, will the fairies keep their promise? 'A charming and inventive tale.' The Times 'Harrison creates a genuinely menacing atmosphere… what sounds like a traditional tale twists into darkness and malevolence' The Daily Mail 'Harrison has a knack for creating stories so engrossing you won’t notice when the sun begins to rise and you are still reading' Waterstones Books Quarterly 'The Thirteen Curses is so hard to put down it's almost impossible' Wondrous Reads 'An unmissable treat. Combining the faery of Spiderwick with a truly nail-biting thriller' Books Monthly.co.uk