Woe is I Jr.: The Younger Grammarphobe's Guide to Better English in PlainEnglish (Google eBook)
As Patricia T. O?Conner proved in the original Woe Is I, a national bestseller, grammar can be entertaining and easy to understand. And now she?s made it fun for middle-graders. With funny chapters like ?Incredible Shrinking Words,? silly poems about meatballs, and examples that reference Shrek and earwax jelly beans, kids will know this isn?t a dry, boring reference book. Instead, conversational language and humorous examples painlessly illuminate the rules of the English language. Like a humorous Strunk and White for 4th through 8th graders, this is destined to become a must-have for every English classroom and student.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - librarybrandy - LibraryThing
A light, almost cursory look at grammar, covering plurals, pronouns, contractions, and other commonly-misused parts of speech. The writing is lively, with examples using doggerel and recognizable ... Read full review
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A guide to speak proper english in a funny way and this book explains clearly. Read full review
CHAPTER 7CASTING A SPELL