Story Lessons on Character-Building (Morals) and Manners
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Story Lessons on Character-Building (Morals) and Manners
By Loïs Bates
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Table of Contents
  • STORY LESSONS ON CHARACTER-BUILDING (MORALS) AND MANNERS.
  • BY
  • LOÏS BATES
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF SUBJECTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
  • 1.—MORAL SUBJECTS.
  • I. INTRODUCTORY STORY.
  • II. OBEDIENCE.
  • III. LOYALTY.
  • IV. TRUTHFULNESS.
  • V. HONESTY.
  • VI. KINDNESS.
  • VII. THOUGHTFULNESS.
  • VIII. HELP ONE ANOTHER.
  • IX. ON BEING BRAVE.
  • X. TRY, TRY AGAIN.
  • XI. PATIENCE.
  • XII. ON GIVING IN.
  • XIII. ON BEING GENEROUS.
  • XIV. FORGIVENESS.
  • XV. GOOD FOR EVIL.
  • XVI. GENTLENESS.
  • XVII. ON BEING GRATEFUL.
  • XVIII. SELF-HELP.
  • XIX. CONTENT.
  • XX. TIDINESS.
  • XXI. MODESTY.
  • XXII. ON GIVING PLEASURE TO OTHERS.
  • XXIII. CLEANLINESS.[14]
  • XXIV. PURE LANGUAGE.
  • XXV. PUNCTUALITY.
  • XXVI. ALL WORK HONOURABLE.
  • XXVII. BAD COMPANIONS.
  • XXVIII. ON FORGETTING.
  • XXIX. KINDNESS TO ANIMALS.
  • XXX. BAD TEMPER.
  • XXXI. SELFISHNESS.
  • XXXII. CARELESSNESS.
  • XXXIII. ON BEING OBSTINATE.
  • XXXIV. GREEDINESS.
  • XXXV. BOASTING.
  • XXXVI. WASTEFULNESS.
  • XXXVII. LAZINESS.
  • XXXVIII. ON BEING ASHAMED.
  • XXXIX. EARS AND NO EARS.
  • XL. EYES AND NO EYES.
  • XLI. LOVE OF THE BEAUTIFUL.[17]
  • XLII. ON DESTROYING THINGS.
  • XLIII. ON TURNING BACK WHEN WRONG.
  • XLIV. ONE BAD "STONE" MAY SPOIL THE "TEMPLE".
  • 2.—MANNERS.
  • XLV. PRELIMINARY.
  • XLVI. ON SAYING "PLEASE" AND "THANK YOU".[18]
  • XLVII. ON BEING RESPECTFUL.
  • XLVIII. PUTTING FEET UP.
  • XLIX. BANGING DOORS.
  • L. PUSHING IN FRONT OF PEOPLE.
  • LI. KEEPING TO THE RIGHT.[19]
  • LII. CLUMSY PEOPLE.
  • LIII. TURNING ROUND WHEN WALKING.
  • LIV. ON STARING.
  • LV. WALKING SOFTLY.
  • LVI. ANSWERING WHEN SPOKEN TO.[20]
  • LVII. ON SPEAKING LOUDLY.
  • LVIII. ON SPEAKING WHEN OTHERS ARE SPEAKING.
  • LIX. LOOK AT PEOPLE WHEN SPEAKING TO THEM.
  • LX. ON TALKING TOO MUCH.
  • LXI. GOING IN FRONT OF PEOPLE.
  • LXII. WHEN TO SAY "I BEG YOUR PARDON".
  • LXIII. RAISING CAP.
  • LXIV. ON OFFERING SEAT TO LADY.
  • LXV. ON SHAKING HANDS.
  • LXVI. KNOCKING BEFORE ENTERING A ROOM.
  • LXVII. HANGING HATS UP, ETC.
  • LXVIII. HOW TO OFFER SWEETS, ETC.
  • LXIX. YAWNING, COUGHING, AND SNEEZING.
  • LXX. HOW A SLATE SHOULD NOT BE CLEANED.
  • LXXI. THE POCKET-HANDKERCHIEF.
  • LXXII. HOW TO BEHAVE AT TABLE.
  • LXXIII. ON EATING AND DRINKING.
  • LXXIV. FINALE.
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