Good Manners in a Restaurant
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Good Manners in a Restaurant

ISBN: 978-1-60270-609-5B
ATOS Level: 4.0
Copyright: 2009
Dewey Number: 395.5
Dewey Range: 300
Grade Range: 3-5
Guided Reading Level: P
Language: English
Pages: 32
Reading Level: 3
Size: 7.5"x8"
Subject/Curriculum: Character Education
Interest Level: Grades 0.5-3
Genre: Nonfiction
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Good Manners in a Restaurant DESCRIPTION

Good manners in a restaurant do matter! Learn which behaviors to use and which to avoid to eating in a restaurant enjoyable for everyone. Then see how these simple lessons can be used in fun stories of etiquette in action. Sidebars and back matter offer advice and did-you-knows about good manners in a number of cultures around the globe. Looking Glass Library is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO Group. Grades preK-3.
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Good Manners in a Restaurant
"This series points out the necessity of using good manners in a variety of situations. Though the word "manners" is not defined, the text is easy to read, and is surrounded by plenty of white space. Scenarios are presented—the phone rings, a waitress arrives to take an order, a new student wants to join in a playground game—and readers are invited to consider how they would respond. Behaviors explored in the narrative are listed numerically in a review section at the end. Appealing cartoons appear on one side of each spread, and the multiethnic characters" features are exaggerated and/or off-kilter, creating a humorous appearance. While few children would choose to read these books on their own, these titles will be useful and effective as part of a classroom character-education study or to help model better manners. "
- School Library Journal, Series Made Simple, April 2009