A Kind Guide to Putting Yourself and Others at EaseBook - 2013
"Etiquette means knowing how to behave in any situation. The reason that's important? Because it puts everyone at ease, including the person practicing it. Dorothea Johnson, founder of the Protocol School of Washington, proves that learning the rules can actually be fun. Her keenly observed advice addresses modern quandaries of cellphone and email etiquette as well as the traditional conundrums of making introductions and identifying a four-course place setting. Throughout, her granddaughter, actress Liv Tyler, shares lively memories of learning good manners with her grandmother's help, and stories of how those lessons benefit her today."
Publisher: New York : Potter Style, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 395.5 JOH NVD
Characteristics: 176 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm