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How Not To Be A Dick: An Everyday Etiquette Guide (2013)

by Meghan Doherty(Favorite Author)
3.39 of 5 Votes: 5
1936976129 (ISBN13: 9781936976126)
Zest Books
review 1: Great modern day etiquette with tongue firmly in cheek for young adults from the Zest publishers (who sent me Tomboy, too.) The reviews on Goodreads questioned the audience, which I took very clearly as teens to young adults, BUT some of these tips are good for all of us (ok, mostly for clueless men, but go back to the title.) I read it in two sittings. I desperately want to gift it to my nephews, but fear their in-house censors won't allow it... Consider for your own kids or friends' kids who are ok with some swear words, and can laugh at themselves. It really is good stuff.
review 2: In a perfect world, no one would act like a dick. We don't live in a perfect world. Clever concept, teaching valuable etiquette within the context of the "Dick and Jane" books of
... more the 50's (the good old days, right?). The original D&J focused on manners and respect for others; this is a 21st century update that's useful for kids of all ages. I cannot stress this enough. We've all behaved like dicks. It never hurts to take a refresher course on basic manners and etiquette. At the bookstore yesterday, they made a table display of "Books for Graduates." This book wasn't included. It should be. less
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A provocative title but really just good advice on how to get along with all kinds in this world.
Useful, light-hearted etiquette for tactless teens.
Funny and a perfect gift for grads, friends rtc
This would be great for college kids.
Funny, but nothing really remarkable.
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