My nine year old son discovered Jamila Musayeva when we watched her online video on the proper etiquette to enjoy afternoon tea. Later, we discovered her book "Etiquette: The Least You Need to Know" which teaches the importance of good manners in a way easy for children to understand. Among the many children's books we have acquired over the years, this book is unique. It feels more important than ever to teach a child how to be kind, polite, and thoughtful. The simple act of showing good manners teaches children the importance of thinking about others and the value of being nice to each other. Teaching children about good manners may seem simple, but it is an important step to teach good values and behavior. "Etiquette: The Least You Need to Know" is a simple and fun way to introduce the importance of good manners to both children and adults.
What could be a better way to spend an afternoon than with a cup of freshly brewed English Breakfast tea in a beautiful porcelain cup, served along athree-tiered rack of afternoon tea sandwiches, scones and desserts? Britain is famous for its afternoon tea tradition. But have you ever wondered about the origin of this custom, how to take afternoon tea and what to wear to such a fine occasion? Perhaps you are planning to host your own tea ceremony and want to learn how to follow proper etiquette. Watever your question, if you love tea and revere traditions, then this is the book for you. Steeped with fascinating information, Afternoon Tea Etiquette: e least you need to know is a blend of history and practical guide – including recommendations on the best places to take afternoon tea in Britain and across the globe. Covering various types of tea, preparation and serving suggestions, rules and protocol, and with a bonus chapter on quick and easy recipes to help anyone become the perfect tea party host, it will educate and bring joy to tea lovers around the world.