Clark writes with a warm, Southern friendliness. His cogent explanations about why he created his rules and his closing tips on dealing with parents ...Show synopsisClark writes with a warm, Southern friendliness. His cogent explanations about why he created his rules and his closing tips on dealing with parents and children offer plenty of ideas and much-needed support. "Clark's book is a handy blueprint for parents who want to equip their elementary and middle school children..."--"Time." (Education)Hide synopsis
Description:New in new dust jacket. Giftable in Brodart cover. Sewn binding....New in new dust jacket. Giftable in Brodart cover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 224 p. Audience: General/trade.
This is an excellent book for teachers but also for others who work with children and young adults. It gives the essential 55 rules for getting along well. It helps to develop respect and kindness towards one another. Many of us already perform some of the common courtesies already, but this book offers the rationale behind our actions. Some of these rules may be an eye-opener for some and confirmation for others.
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