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Children's Tea and Etiquette: Brewing Good Manners in Young Minds

by Dorothea Johnson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0966347897, Hardcover)

When Harry and Kate learn they are going to a tea party with their grandparents, they are very excited. A brief etiquette session with Dorothea Johnson gives them the skills they need to enjoy an afternoon tea with friends of all ages. They learn how to shake hands, introduce themselves, pick up a napkin, eat a scone and drink tea from a proper cup. The children think of several "magic words" that they can use to show they are polite and have good manners - "please," "thank you," "may I," and "you're welcome."

A guest tea blender, John Harney, makes an appearance at the tea party where he shares a bit of tea history. They learn that tea originated in China and has been enjoyed for thousands of years.

Grandparents, parents, and children will find this book a valuable resource for learning about good manners, good tea, and good tea time recipes.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:30 -0400)

Harry and Kate are invited to a tea party with their grandparents where they learn about the history of tea, as well as how to introduce themselves, pick up their napkins, eat a scone, and drink tea from a proper cup.

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