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If You Were a Noun (Word Fun) Paperback – January 1, 2006
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Grade 1-3–These concept books define the parts of speech and give examples of their usage. The examples are in capital letters and in a color different from the surrounding text. Bright acrylic illustrations will help younger children visualize each part of speech. They are full of movement and color and make the books inviting. These titles are excellent resources to use along with Ruth Hellers books on the parts of speech.–Lucinda Snyder Whitehurst, St. Christophers School, Richmond, VA
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This series uses vibrantly colored illustrations and whimsical layouts to offer children an accessible introduction to grammar fundamentals. Michael Dahl's If You Were an Adjective (2006) combines simple phrases with striking, highly textured pictures of --Book Links
These concept books define parts of speech and give examples of their usage. The examples are in capital letters and in a color different from the surrounding text. Bright acrylic illustrations will help younger children visualize each part of speech. The --School Library Journal
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The book also describes a simple noun game to play and includes a glossary of space words used adding to educational value.
It turns out my third-grader is completely captivated -- that's a great book. When the big kid reads it to the little kid, we have a winner.
I think the illustrations are simply amazing -- they carry the learning to a much deeper level.
I also recommend verb, adjective, and pronoun -- I have all four.