Say Please, Say Thank You
The Respect We Owe One AnotherLarge Print - 1998
Children are taught the words, please and thank you very early in life. Yet by the time they reach adolescence, they seldom use them. McCullough believes that the neglect of courtesy leads to the collapse of community. In Say Please, Say Thank You, he explores life's opportunities for treating others with consideration. In doing so, we build community and character. We become gracious people, more able to give and receive life's simple but essential gifts.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : G.K. Hall & Company, 1998.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: LPE 395 MCC
Characteristics: 357 p.