By Barry Louis Polisar
A funny advent to sturdy manners and behaviour when it comes to domestic and college actions. contains such subject matters as "Appropriate how you can Torture Your Sister or Brother," "Rules for Scaring Your Grandparents," "Proper how you can Play together with your Food," and "Taking journeys within the Car."
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