Buzz and kid reporter D.J. Foote hit the beach to cover the Cowabunga Classic. As the surfers tackle monster waves and take messy wipeouts, Buzz gives D.J. tips on using compound words. Catch the perfect wave in the All-Star Activity and you’ll score a radical ride. Surf’s up!
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Catch a Wave Compounds is a book in a series entitled Grammar All-Stars. And, while the book's goal may be to further understanding of compound nouns, there is a lot more of linguisitc interest here ... Read full review
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