Are you concerned about your children growing up in an
increasingly mean-spirited and rude culture?
Madama creates a dialog while there's still time to forward the best
of what makes us human, and pass on what makes us humane.
There are two kinds of education.
One should teach us how
to make a living,
and the other how to live.
- John Adams
Learn how Madama became a renowned milliner, about friendship, the cost of cruelty, and why manners and ethics are so important to her.
Madama comes to us from another time to share about universal human values. She wants to start a dialog about why it's important to treat people with kindness, respect, gratitude and compassion.
Tales of Wit and Wisdom
Stories that teach Life skills
The Garden Hat
When she tips her head, it waters the flowers!
Don't forget about Peeves Dictionary
His own version of learning vocabulary!
In the Manner for All Seasons Series, she shares engaging stories teaching emotional intelligence and social skills, a necessary balance to our burgeoning technological focus.
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Madama Phloozé and her pet, Peeves
"To look at Madama you would never know what a hard life she had as a girl with her fancy hats and dresses, but Madama is a tough bird to those who aren't nice to others. Mean kids are a pet peeve of hers and that's why she named me Peeves. She is a friend worth having and I'd like to tell you why!"