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Here’s your chance to test out 4 of the best manners from 52 Modern Manners for Today’s Teens in your own home. Watch as they improve communication and help build relationships in your family. From being a good passenger to making new friends, these modern manners will help equip your teens with the skills they need to successfully navigate social norms and build confidence. 

Equip Your Teens with the Skills They Need to Thrive in Life

Over 100 Modern Manners for Today’s Teens

In my 52 Modern Manners for Today’s Teens volumes one and two, I share over 100 modern manners for today’s teens. This FREE guide gives you access to four of my favorite modern manners from these books. I’m sure that these four manners will help to start your teens off on the right foot and give them the tools they need for a successful future.

Improve Communication and Build Relationships

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Make sure that your teens have all the skills they need to navigate the world. With this guide, you can be sure that your teens will learn modern manners that will help them to thrive in life and have successful relationships. Don’t miss out on this amazing FREE guide, get it now and equip your teens with the skills they need today!

Designed for teens

These books were created specifically FOR teens — the manners are short, direct, and to the point. They include explanations of why each of the manners are important, helping your teen understand the importance of good behavior.

These books have been used by over 100,000 families and classrooms; give them a try and see why so many parents recommend them!

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my 52 Modern Manners books come in two volumes: Volume 1 and Volume 2.

Both books are filled with 52 manners, each one tailored to help your teen learn to live their best life. Volume 2 has all new manners that you won’t find in the first volume, so make sure to pick up both books for maximum benefit!

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