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Commonsense Etiquette: A Guide to Gracious, Simple Manners for the Twenty-First Centuryby Marjabelle Stewart
Synopses & Reviews
For the past forty years I've had the great pleasure of teaching schoolchildren, college students, businesspeople, brides- and grooms-to-be, and other Americans the simple joy of behaving with courtesy and style.
With my sixteenth book I'm thrilled to be sharing with you a complete handbook for old-fashioned and effortless etiquette for the twenty-first century.
Never have thoughtfulness and care been more important in our lives-- from shared conversations at the family dinner table to two-line E-mails written in haste. I hope this book helps bring the joys of graciousness, kindness, and civility to your home and your life.
Marjabelle Young Stewart
A handbook of old-fashioned and painless etiquette for the 21st century, this new guide from "the Queen of Courtesy" ("Newsweek") covers everything from eating to e-mail. 10 line drawings.
About the Author
Marjabelle Young Stewart's previous books include The New Etiquette, Executive Etiquette in the New Workplace, and Your Complete Wedding Planner. She appears regularly in national magazines and newspapers around the country, offering advice on gracious gift giving, dining etiquette, office and family matters, and other aspects of modern life. She lives in Kewanee, Illinois.
Elizabeth Lawrence is the author of four previous books on entertaining and style.
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