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Awkward : the social dos and don'ts of being a young adult / Katie Saint and Carlos Torres; illustrated by Michelle Lund.

By: Saint, Katie.
Contributor(s): Torres, Carlos [author.] | Lund, Michelle [illustrator.].
Publisher: Arlington, TX : Future Horizons Inc., 2018Copyright date: 2018Description: 123 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781941765791.Other title: Awkward : the social dos and do nots of being a young adult | Social dos and don'ts of being a young adult.Subject(s): YOUNG ADULTS | SOCIAL SKILLS | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | SELF EVALUATION | CONDUCT OF LIFE | SELF HELP SKILLS
Contents:
Family -- Non-family relationships -- Work -- Community -- Resources.
Summary: "AWKWARD: The Social Dos and Don'ts of Being a Young Adult breaks down family, friends, work, and community social situations to help provide tips on socially acceptable behavior in everyday situations. Each situation includes examples of dos and don'ts to target different perspectives and learning styles. The "do" section is intended to teach specific actions that can be performed to help a situation go well, and the "don't" section is intended to help teach people which actions to avoid in order to prevent awkward or unpleasant interactions"--Publisher's website.
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Family -- Non-family relationships -- Work -- Community -- Resources.

"AWKWARD: The Social Dos and Don'ts of Being a Young Adult breaks down family, friends, work, and community social situations to help provide tips on socially acceptable behavior in everyday situations. Each situation includes examples of dos and don'ts to target different perspectives and learning styles. The "do" section is intended to teach specific actions that can be performed to help a situation go well, and the "don't" section is intended to help teach people which actions to avoid in order to prevent awkward or unpleasant interactions"--Publisher's website.

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