A Year of Good Manners

A new book by Margery Sinclair to record the birthdays and anniversaries of your family and friends in a perpetual calendar, and to help you remember good manners all year long. There are 365 common-sense courtesy tips, and six floral paintings from the "respect series" of the Great American Flower Collection by Jan Polk.
Unique Features
  • Easy to use--the left side of each page has an etiquette tip for the day. The right side has space for you to write the names of people whose milestones you want to remember
  • 365 common-sense courtesy tips; six floral paintings
  • Excellent gift idea for birthdays, graduations, and weddings
  • Hard-cover to last for generations
  • An heirloom that becomes more valuable with every entry
  • 180 pages
topics covered
The practical courtesy tips range:
  • from weddings to family dinners
  • from naming your children to chewing gum
  • from travel to R.S.V.P.
  • from thank you notes to road rage
  • from too much perfume to the European style of dining

“When I was a little girl, my grandmother showed me her Birthday Book. On the left side of each page, there were quotations from the poetry of Alfred Lord Tennyson, one for each day of the year. On the right side, she wrote the birthdays of her parents and grandparents, and of my brother and me. My father boldly wrote his own name on January 11, adding 'age 9.'

”I have since entered the birthday of my son, and he will add the special days of his children, the fifth generation.

“It is now a family heirloom, especially meaningful and personal to have this information in the hand-writing of people who are no longer with us. If there's ever a fire, I'm grabbing this on my way out the door!”

Margery Sinclair,

Business Etiquette Consultant
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price
$27.95
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To order, and for volume discount, call 414.861.1965.
Also for sale at
George Watts Tea Shop,
761 N. Jefferson Street, Milwaukee WI 53202
Consider having your parents and grandparents write in the birthdays of your extended family. Their handwriting creates a deeper family connection and memory for generations to come.