By Brian P. Cleary
What's a noun? it truly is more straightforward to teach than explain--and this e-book is brimming with examples. writer Brian Cleary and illustrator Jenya Promitsky creatively make clear the idea that of nouns for younger readers. Nouns are revealed in colour for simple id, and the playful rhymes and illustrations mix to focus on keyword phrases.
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Extra resources for A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What Is a Noun?
If it’s a boat or coat or clown, m o n i S , , e l p m i s it’s a no It’s u n! is a noun? So, Dowhat you know? ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR BRIAN P. CLEARY is the author of several other picture books, including Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What Is an Adjective? and Give Me Bach My Schubert. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio. JENYA PROSMITSKY grew up and studied art in Kishinev, Moldova, and lives in Minneapolis. Her two cats, Henry and Freddy, were vital to her illustrations for this book and for Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What Is an Adjective?
I. Prosmitsky, Jenya, 1974–, ill. II. Title. III. , 1959– Words are categorical.
A. , 1959– A mink, a fink, a skating rink : what is a noun? / by Brian P. Cleary ; illustrated by Jenya Prosmitsky. p. ” eISBN 1-57505-547-3 1. English language—Noun—Juvenile literature. [1. ] I. Prosmitsky, Jenya, 1974–, ill. II. Title. III. , 1959– Words are categorical.
A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What Is a Noun? by Brian P. Cleary