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by Kate Riggs

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Children's Literature - Denise Daley
Each thing in the world has a name, and that name is a noun. Each sentence must have at least one noun. Reading this book, the reader will learn the basic definition of a noun as well as the difference between common nouns and proper nouns. Several additional pages are dedicated to explaining plural nouns. Each page of text contains, on average, only four to five sentences. The following page has a bright and colorful glossy photograph that corresponds to a sample sentence. The noun in the sample sentence is italicized. The last page recommends readers play a fun grammatical version of the traditional children's game "I Spy." Readers are to start with the letter "a" and have a friend try to guess the "spied" noun that begins with that letter. This book makes a somewhat mundane topic fresh and interesting. The simple sentences and vivid pictures will attract young readers, while the content will appeal to adults, especially those looking to supplement English Language Arts instruction. It is part of the "Grammar Basics" series. Reviewer: Denise Daley

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Creative Company, The
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Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)
470L (what's this?)
Age Range:
6 - 9 Years

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