You Gotta Have Manners #2020

You Gotta Have Manners M.A. McRae You Gotta Have Manners Ian MacKender liked to boast that Penwinnard Boys Home was the best facility of its type in all of the UK and perhaps the world But whatever he could do the best he could do his boys still longed f

  • Title: You Gotta Have Manners
  • Author: M.A. McRae
  • ISBN: 9781301955879
  • Page: 125
  • Format: ebook
  • You Gotta Have Manners M.A. McRae Ian MacKender liked to boast that Penwinnard Boys Home was the best facility of its type in all of the UK, and perhaps the world But whatever he could do, the best he could do, his boys still longed for true family Young Sid very much wants a new mum and dad, and is willing to put a great deal of effort into finding one He is goodlooking enough, passable, as he is toIan MacKender liked to boast that Penwinnard Boys Home was the best facility of its type in all of the UK, and perhaps the world But whatever he could do, the best he could do, his boys still longed for true family Young Sid very much wants a new mum and dad, and is willing to put a great deal of effort into finding one He is goodlooking enough, passable, as he is told, but as he says rather too often, You gotta have manners.
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    1. Not all the boys at Penwinnard Boys Home are eligible for adoption, but those who are try to put their best foot forward when potential parents come to visit As the boys say, You gotta have manners Manners isn t just about saying please and thank you, it s also about curbing curse words, using correct grammar, and acting favorably when visiting with adoptive parents Sometimes manners aren t enough, though And, sometimes manners hide an underlying cruelty In this novel, Sid struggles to keep his [...]

    2. After reading Angel No More , I was hoping for of the same and I wasn t disappointed Although the focus is slightly on young Sid, who s desperate for a new adoptive family, there is still plenty of action involving the other boys We ve said goodbye to some characters and we meet a few new ones, but as before this is a fly on the wall account of life in a privately run boys home in Cornwall And it s beautifully done too, with just the right amount of detail The author has perfect timing knowing [...]

    3. I sat up late last night finishing this book I became totally involved with the lives of the realistically portrayed boys of the Penwinnard home Sid s hopes of being adopted were heartbreaking, in spite of his friend s hilarious support An important point is made about the stupidity of some adults, though the difficult child protection officer is shown both for her weaknesses and her life saving strengths The developments in Bob s life towards the end of the book meant that I couldn t stop readi [...]

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