Educational Children's Book, 'Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P. Safari,' Receives Recognition
PALM BEACH, Fla., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Interest and participation by libraries and schools grows as author, Loretta Neff and The Elegant Way Foundation, Inc. announced that their children's educational book, Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P. Safari, received a coveted literary review by The Children's Book Review and further credibility of its message on manners with a prized testimonial from The Emily Post Institute.
Since its debut in March 2014, Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P. Safari continues to charm children, parents, caregivers, and teachers across the country, and has already proven to be a "must-have" book for families and a teaching tool for at-risk and special needs children.
"We all know it's a jungle out there, so it might be time to head to K.A.M.P. (Kids' Animals & Manners Program)! Using wild animals and their traits as examples on how to and how not to behave in social and home settings, author Loretta Neff provides kids with an enjoyable and humorous approach to improving manners and etiquette and creating relatable experiences that put the lessons of social graces into perspectiveincluding bullying," states The Children's Book Review. To read the full review, please visit www.childrensbookreview.com.
Tame Your Manners also received a prized testimonial recently by the author's greatest teaching influence and an industry pioneer, The Emily Post Institute. Lizzie Post, author and spokesperson for The Emily Post Institute encapsulates the book, "Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P. Safari is a creative and fun way to introduce kids to the concepts of etiquette that are the foundation behind most of our manners."
Author Loretta Neff, commented, "These types of endorsements not only meet the high standards of libraries and schools, but also demonstrate the value of the book even if published outside the traditional publishing realm. We knew that gaining the support of the literary world would not be easy on our own, but having control of the book project to meet our charitable mission was an important factor in our publishing decision. We're beating the odds, and are truly grateful for having the support of educators and literary professionals to help ensure our continued success."