Jade, a cheerful young girl, has the tendency to … ummm … fart! That’s perfectly normal and socially acceptable, as long as she knows with whom and where she can fart freely. However, this is not yet the case.
Join Jade and her father as they visit Aunt Cora’s house, where Jade cracks one. See how Jade’s father helps her understand, in a fun and creative way, what can be done inside the home and what can be done outside the home.
Asaf Shani is the father of Jade and Andy. For over 20 years, he has worked with thousands of people worldwide to help them improve their conflict management skills. Asaf’s clients often tell him, “If only I would have known these life skills 30 years ago …” and “Why wasn’t I taught this stuff when I was a kid?”
These remarks, usually accompanied with a sigh, were the motivation for Asaf to write “Jade’s Life Skills Series”—a life skills series of books intended to facilitate a discussion between parents and their children about all those latent and vitally important life skills. The book can very well fall into the children’s books by age 3 5 categories yet can very well fit 7yr old books and higher age.
Learning Manners is the first book in “Jade’s Life Skills Series.” In this book, through the international subject of … farting, the importance of context is brought to light. So… see beyond the farts as the book aims much deeper than that: it’s a children’s book about feelings, positive discipline for preschool kids and learning to get along series book set. “What may be the connection between manners and kid’s book on feelings” you may ask? The ability to understand a situation, understand the context its taking place in, is one of the basic skills that enable a kid to manage her interpretation to a situation and hence her feelings.The book fits the ‘i can read level 1’ grade.