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9780822567103. Cleary's playful rhymes and Martin Goneau's humorous illustrations creatively present fresh examples of homonyms and homophones for young readers. Brian P. Do you think there's no more to know about homonyms and homophones? This book will prove you wrong! With dozens of laughs per second, the value of the lesson doesn't lessen the second time around.
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This clever and funny tale shows just how important punctuation is to reading and writing, and helps illustrate how different types work. From the question mark's inquisitive postcards to the quotations' constant chatter, this story is full of fun detail, elaborated on by bright acrylic illustrations, full of action and personality.
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