While we don't endorse books to buy, we do like this 2001 paperback, which may be available at the library. Written in a witty, uncomplicated way, these "rules" appeal to males young and old. The layout with varied font sizes, shades of black and gray, and much white space makes the little book an attractive and fast read. Excerpt: Chapter One First off, here we have some special body language that tells people you have no plans to kill them. Seeing as how all business starts with the handshake, let us as well: The handshake shall be firm, fast, and free of excess perspiration. Translation: Firm means a squeeze, but not a hard squeeze. Fast means that this squeeze happens in an instant and is not sustained. As for perspiration, that was discreetly wiped off on your trousers a few seconds ago. The practice of handshaking arose in part as a good-faith gesture that one's right paw contained no weaponry. Also, in some cultures, handshaking is reserved for the right hand, whereas, for excellent and hygienic reasons, the most personal of personal cleansing tasks is reserved for the left. Other chapters cover a wide variety of topics such as interview etiquette, strengths and weaknesses, clothing for various occasions, the commute, life in a cubicle (and hallway, breakroom...), communication, etc. A couple of entries may be slightly risque for youth, but as a mentor or mentoring director, you will be in charge and can adapt as needed.