Deal with it if you please
From the Series Lorimer Deal with It
Demonstrating good manners goes way beyond not talking with your mouth full. Rudeness can lead to hurt feelings, misunderstandings, and ultimately conflict. But exactly what constitutes good manners can differ from culture to culture, region to region, and generation to generation. What is acceptable behavior to some, may be downright rude to others.
Rudeness: Deal with it if you please shows kids just how harmful rudeness can be, and explains how the keys to conflict resolution—sensitivity, consideration, and respect—are also the basis of good manners everywhere.
|Interest Level||Grade 4 - Grade 9|
|Reading Level||Grade 6|
|Subject||Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies|
|Publisher||Lorimer & Company, Ltd.|
|Imprint||Lorimer Children & Teens|
|Number of Pages||32|
Author: Catherine Rondina
Catherine Rondina is a columnist and reporter. Her writing for children has appeared in educational anthologies, literacy workbooks for students, and she is the co-author of a guide to professional baseball for women.
Illustrator: Dan Workman
Dan Workman is an illustrator and graphic artist who has been featured in Chart, Faze, Gasoline and Musicworks. Dan is a graduate of the Interpretive Illustration Program at Sheridan College and currently resides in Toronto.