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What Are Homonyms and Homophones
(Words are CATegorical series)
by Brian Cleary
illustrated by Brian Gable
Using their trademark wacky cartoon illustrations and bouncy, rhythmic
wordplay, this Words
volume teaches the difference between homonyms and homophones and
provides plentiful examples of each.
The Horn Book Guide promises that "...the rhyming storybook form makes a grammar lesson enjoyable." And School Library Journal called it "another fun and effective introduction to the world of grammar."
Interest Level: Gr. 2-4 DRA Level: 34 Lexile Measure: 880L
Grade Level Equiv: 3.8 Guided Reading: O
are two spreads from this book. The one on the left is the first spread from inside this book -- provided to give you an
idea of the amount of text per page and
the illustration style. This spread introduces the homonyms section, which is about a third of the book. The remainder of the book discusses homophones, with many
pages of examples.
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