For Kids

Nasty People: How to Stop Being Hurt by Them Without Stooping to Their Level, by Jay Carter (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003). Great strategies for staying when dealing with difficult, fresh-talking people (and teens). For adults, but good ideas for teens too.

How Rude! The Teenagers' Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out, by Alex J. Packer, Pamela Espeland, and Jeff Tolbert (Minneapolis, Minn.: Free Spirit Publishing, 1997).Teens will find this manual humorous, nonthreatening, entertaining, and educational for dealing with many kinds of situations.Ages 12 and up.

Social Smarts: Manners for Today's Kids, by Carol Barkin (New York: Clarion Books, 1996).A wide variety of settings in which consideration of others and appropriate etiquette are presented.Ages 9 to 12.

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