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Children's Tea & Etiquette
Children's Tea & Etiquette

Children's Tea & Etiquette

Brewing Good Manners in Young Minds

By Dorothea Johnson, Contributions by Bruce Richardson, Illustrated by Dawn Peterson, By John Harney

JUVENILE NONFICTION

40 Pages, 7.84 x 9.48

Formats: Cloth

Cloth, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $26.95)

Publication Date: October 2014

ISBN 9780966347890

Rights: WOR

Benjamin Press (Oct 2014)

Price: $19.95
 
 

Overview

The arrival of a great-grandson has inspired Johnson to write "Children's Tea & Etiquette" in which the main characters learn basic manners when they attend a tea party for grandparents and grandchildren. The illustrated children's book features simple lessons in shaking hands, giving introductions, making eye contact, picking up a napkin, brewing and drinking tea, and writing a thank you notes, all the things grandparents can sometimes achieve more easily than parents.This is an intergenerational book that brings grandchildren and grandparents together over a cup of tea. Several child-friendly teatime recipes are included as well.

Author Biography

Dorothea Johnson is the founder of the Protocol School of Washington. She has presented seminars and briefings on manners to more than 100,000 individuals worldwide. Dorothea has authored five books, including the bestselling Modern Manners with Liv Tyler as well as Children's Tea & Etiquette. She has appeared several times as an etiquette expert on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Johnson's life is dedicated to equipping people with skills so that they might feel comfortable in all social settings. Her former son-in-law, Aerosmith's lead singer Steven Tyler, calls her the "Protocol Police," but granddaughter, actress Liv Tyler, believes strongly in Gramm's advice on manners. Dorothea Johnson has accompanied her famous granddaughter to film sets around the world since the actress was in her mid-teens. Together, they have dined with the most influential people in the world of film. Now the glamorous cover girl-turned-film star is herself a mother of a young son, Milo. Bruce Richardson is a tea blender and writer who has been active in America's tea renaissance for over two decades. He is the owner of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas headquartered in Danville, Kentucky. Bruce serves as Tea Master for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and Contributing Editor for TeaTime and Tea Journey magazines. Bruce has authored fourteen books on tea, icluding The Great Tea Rooms of Britain, Tea & Etiquette, and The Book of Tea. He is a frequent guest speaker at tea events across the United States.