Family Manners for Teens
Avoiding Strife in Family Life
When family life is full of strife, what can a teen do? This book covers the basics of creating the civilized home—a place where people talk instead of yell, pick up after themselves, respect each other, fight fair, and don’t hog the bathroom. And it’s not just about the traditional family. Tips also cover the blended, shaken, stirred, and extended family, with special advice for teens whose parents are divorced.
Part of How Rude! Handbooks for Teens Series
How Rude!: The Teen Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out is a proven best seller. This miniseries for tweens and younger teens continues Alex Packer’s tradition of serious and hilarious etiquette advice. All three volumes are based on his original How Rude!, with notable differences: the books are smaller and shorter, the language is simpler, and each book focuses on a specific area of a teen’s life. Friendly, funny, and accessible, this trio is “Etiquette Ed” for every teen.