by Zeny "Lola Z" Ramos-Rosana
Lola Z’s book is very timely in this day and age to help, not only our youth but also people of all ages, build strong human relationships to keep our country’s vision alive. This book discusses the correct course of action and behavior in dealing with society.
Lola Z, as she is fondly called by her grandchildren, resides in Dallas, Texas. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Santo Tomas and worked at Philamlife Insurance Company in Manila for 15 years. When she migrated to the United States, she worked at the home office of Caltex Petroleum Corporation in Dallas, Texas. She loves to write and has published a few articles in English. When she visited the Philippines after 30 years in America, she was inspired to write about good manners, the Filipino way, which was serialized weekly for one year in Liwayway Magazine.
Table of Contents
I. Good Manners para sa mga Magulang at Bata
II. Pagpasok sa Eskuwela
III. Praktisin ang Good Manners
IV. Ang Wastong Pagpapakilala sa Tao
V. Wastong Pakikipag-usap sa Tao
VI. Pagliligawan at “Dating”
VII. Wastong Paghahain sa Sariling Bahay (Table Setting)
VIII. Kagandahang Asal sa Pagkain o Table Manners
IX. Good Manners sa Pagkain sa Labas
X. Wastong Pagkain ng Iba’t ibang Kakanin
XI. Listahan ng mga Hindi Dapat Gawin sa Hapag-kainan
XII. Pagtanggap ng Imbitasyon sa Isang Handaan
XIII. Good Manners sa Pagdalo sa mga Okasyon
XIV. Pagbibigay at Pagtanggap ng Anumang Bagay
XV. Pagbisita sa Tahanan
XVI. Pagmamaneho ng Sasakyan
XVII. Good Manners sa Opisina
XVIII. Good Manners sa mga Kasambahay at Iba pang mga Naglilingkod sa Tahanan
XIX. Quiz sa mga Pagbabago sa Buhay-Pilipino
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Winner. 10th Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Awards. 2016 - Youth and Children Category
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