Little book of etiquette


Think of all the rules our children must put up with in their first years of life!
They risk being completely overwhelmed by mustn’t-be-dones and similar pleasantries.

STOP! Don’t get us wrong: we are great fans of rules. We need them to keep order; they are character building; they make us understand the value of waiting and discipline; they help us accept the fact we cannot always do what we want because there is a right time and way to do everything.
What if rules didn’t hit children full-on like bricks for a change? How about making them a bit lighter to digest? Wouldn’t that be better?!
This is why we ha we gone wild!
6 cards with our animal characters: here’s our little book of etiquette for children!
Collect all 6 of them!
Place them in the hall where you hang your coats, or in the bathroom near the toothbrushes!
Look for our display rack at selected stores in Milan, Florence, Verona, Rome, Conegliano… follow us on FB to see exactly where!

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We are bloodhounds here in Joy Tales: we are trained to always follow the right track!
No joking, when the talk is about children, learning and words we feel quite involved because of our dear Camelia and her story, which was thought up to help children master language.

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