How Much Can a Bare Bear Bear?: What are Homonyms and Homophones?

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Millbrook Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The eighth title in our best-selling Words Are Categorical series takes a lighthearted look at homonyms and homophones with playful rhymes and comical cartoon cats. All together, this series has more than 1 million copies in print! Homonyms are easier to show than explain! Using Brian Gable's signature cartoon cats to illustrate spirited verses with key words printed in color, best-selling author Brian P. Cleary encourages children to discover dozens of colorful homonyms and homophones in this lively look at words.
  

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Students love it for the pictures. - Goodreads
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I like that I can use it as an intro. - Goodreads

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Found this series accidentally at the library. Fun to read, helpful teaching English. Read full review

Review: How Much Can a Bare Bear Bear?: What Are Homonyms and Homophones? (Words are CATegorical)

User Review  - Goodreads

Found this series accidentally at the library. Fun to read, helpful teaching English. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Brian Gable's work has appeared in a number of newspapers, and he is currently the editorial cartoonist for Ontario's The Globe & Mail. Gable lives in Ontario, Canada.

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