Indestructible Beginnings: ABCs of Common Courtesy (Charm and Etiquette Handbook for Ages 5 to 95)

Indestructible Beginnings: ABCs of Common Courtesy (Charm and Etiquette Handbook for Ages 5 to 95)
Item# 978-0-8059-7639-7
$10.00

by Clarease Rakin Yates

This seems an unusual title for an etiquette handbook, but the name perfectly describes the purpose of this combination handbook/workbook and is the brainchild of the authorís daughter, Chelsey.

This book may be used in conjunction with Ms. Yatesís Self-Enhancement Seminar Notebook. The seminar is designed to provide young women who are going off to college with a solid foundation upon which to build self-confidence/self-esteem and thereby excel in developing their life skills.

In our multicultural society, we are expected to be spiritually in-tune and socially savvy and posses business acumen. Indestructible Beginnings is your vehicle to a solid springboard into a happy and exciting life.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Judge Yates is one of the outstanding women in America today. She is a wife, a mother, a civic leader, a professor/lecturer, and an accomplished attorney.

Judge Yates was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and received both her bachelorís degree and her juris doctorate from Temple University while maintaining her role as wife and mother. In May 2004, the Houston Community College Fashion Department awarded Judge Yates her Image Consultant Certificate.

In 1990 she was appointed as the first female African American Immigration Judge in the United States. She has spent many hours in public service and is the recipient of many awards and proclamations.

Judge Yates is happily married to Cary Yates and between them, they have five wonderful children and five grandchildren.

(2007, paperback, 56 pages)

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