50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know

50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know

With sales of more than 750,000 copies, the books in the GentleManners series have become the most popular gift etiquette books on the market today. This latest book in the series was written especially for boys ages 8-14, to teach them the basic skills every young man should have and every young man's mother and grandmother want him to have. Among the topics covered in this book are how to shake hands, how to make an introduction, what to do when you sneeze or cough, and how to use a napkin. It is written in a style that will appeal to young men of that age.

Title:50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401602949
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    50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know Reviews

  • Amy

    read a few to my boys at the dinner table every night and discussed them. Think this might be one to own and keep close by!!...

  • Jim Marsh

    Personal Confession Time: Growing up I felt like an alien placed on this planet who had to study how to interact with people and learn how humans relate to one another. I saw other kids acting and pla...

  • Angela

    I learned about this book just in time. Now I can teach my boys some important things before dating and going on their missions!...

  • Anthony

    It is a great book, written with valuable advice and written in an accessible form. My key takeways:• Sorry is not enough – tell what you are going to do to make things right• If you can’t rep...

  • Bert Z

    Hehehe, what a great little book this is. It's addressed to young teenage men but really it's something that all men should own, no matter what your age. It's not a humour book but it's told in a rath...

  • Yuri Karabatov

    Cute. Was over just when I hit a good pace (it's a bit under 200 pages). Would be useful if I were twelve or thirteen :)...

  • Molly

    I am making my son read this as well - much of the advice is perfect for anyone, not just young men....

  • Rebecka

    This book had some good advice, but the way it was presented was annoying. Every other sentence started with "A gentleman always..." or "A gentleman never...". It got annoying real quick. OK we get it...

  • Mark Muckerman

    "Gentleman" is not a dirty word.It's the little differences, the social graces, which separate the gentleman from the common man. It is not top hats, capes and attending the opera. It is holding doors...

  • Laela

    I find myself walking around telling my family what a young gentleman would and would not do. I don’t even have a young gentleman in my house. It is a lot of stuff you probably know, but it’s alwa...