Peter Piper's practical principles of plain & perfect pronunciation

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Dover Publications, Jun 1, 1970 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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Alliterative jingles and tongue-twisters. Reproduction in full of 1830 first American edition. 25 spirited woodcuts.

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This small book is a fun way to learn to pronounce and annunciate words clearly. Don't we all wish we could understand telemarketers and cashiers when they speak to us? Don't we hope someone never says to us "could you repeat that?" Read full review

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User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

These are the classic tongue twisters that included Peter Piper. Written in book form, a tongue twister was devised for each letter of the alphabet based on alliteration. There's a brief history as to ... Read full review

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