January 17, 2014

Etiquette for teens

Social Savvy: A Teenager's Guide to Feeling Confident in Any Situation
by Judith Ré with Meg F. Schneider

Social savvy is more than just good manners. It's being able to conduct yourself in a responsible and respectful way while being sensitive to those around you. In this book, Judith Ré provides guidance for teens as they struggle with miserable moments that are fraught with potential embarrassment. From making small talk to keeping friends, dining out to hosting guests, dealing with money or delicate situations, her reassurances and gentle advice should help young people handle social situations with grace and confidence, even if some of it may sound a little dated.

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