Don't slurp your soup! : a first guide to letter writing, e-mail etiquette, and other everyday manners
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[Columbus, Ohio] : McGraw-Hill Children's Pub., [2003].
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29 pages : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
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1577685563

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Explores the benefits of good manners in everyday situations, providing specific examples of what the rules are and why it is important to think of how one's actions affect other people.
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Gibbs, L., & Eastwood, J. (2003). Don't slurp your soup!: a first guide to letter writing, e-mail etiquette, and other everyday manners. [Columbus, Ohio]: McGraw-Hill Children's Pub.

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Gibbs, Lynne and John, Eastwood. 2003. Don't Slurp Your Soup!: A First Guide to Letter Writing, E-mail Etiquette, and Other Everyday Manners. [Columbus, Ohio]: McGraw-Hill Children's Pub.

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Gibbs, Lynne and John, Eastwood, Don't Slurp Your Soup!: A First Guide to Letter Writing, E-mail Etiquette, and Other Everyday Manners. [Columbus, Ohio]: McGraw-Hill Children's Pub, 2003.

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Gibbs, Lynne., and John Eastwood. Don't Slurp Your Soup!: A First Guide to Letter Writing, E-mail Etiquette, and Other Everyday Manners. [Columbus, Ohio]: McGraw-Hill Children's Pub, 2003. Print.

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