Ned Knows How to Knot a Necktie


By Sybrina Durant

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Ned loves knots.  He has mastered them all. . .He can knot kites and  lassos.  He can even knot fishing lines and monkey's paws.  Ned knows knots are fun and useful.

He knows they can make you look good, too.

Ned loves wearing neckties!

The clever boy has thought of a story to help him remember how to knot his necktie and you can read it in this book.  The story features a fox chasing a little rabbit through the forest.  This type of story is called a mnemonic.  The purpose is to help you REMEMBER!

Exercises in manual dexterity build self-esteem in children.  Knowing how to tie shoe-strings, neckties, and any other knot is a useful and rewarding skill.

Sybrina says, "Teach a child a useful skill.  Build confidence and self– esteem that lasts a lifetime."

Ned Knows How to Knot a Necktie