Master Keys for Kids

Master Keys for Kids


“Mon Dieu, what are they thinking?”

- Madama Phloozé  ™

(pronounced, Floozay)

All is lost... or not!

When Peeves’ family up and moved and left him, he didn’t know what would become of him.  He was hungry and frightened. He wandered and scrounged for food and slept with one eye open scared of the night. It was hard to sleep with an empty tummy. He thought all was lost and had given up hope.  

Then one day in the Farmer’s Market, a group of kids were throwing old vegetables at him and a forthright women came over, chased off the kids and gave him some pieces of bacon.  She invited him home and Peeves has been with Madama ever since.  Just when you think all is lost, a turn of events can shift your destiny. Hope springs eternal.     

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Madama Phlooze and her pet, Peeves

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Ordinarily, Madama is a very pleasant person but there are a few manner faux pas’ and ethic violations that unhinge her and drive her nuts.  Join her as she shares how to make our world a more civil place.”

- Peeves

Teaching Manners, Ethics, and Civility