Comma Sense: A Fun-damental Guide to Punctuation
Are you confounded by commas, addled by apostrophes, or queasy about quotation marks? Do you believe a bracket is just a support for a wall shelf, a dash is something you make for the bathroom, and a colon and semicolon are large and small intestines? If so, language humorists Richard Lederer and John Shore (with the sprightly aid of illustrator Jim McLean), have written the perfect book to help make your written words perfectly precise and punctuationally profound.
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Review: Comma Sense: A Fun-damental Guide to PunctuationUser Review - Helen - Goodreads
What a hilarious book! Who would have thought that punctuation could be funny? The authors, Richard Lederer and John Shore, did not want this book to be tedious and boring so they presented the ... Read full review
Review: Comma Sense: A Fun-damental Guide to PunctuationUser Review - Gary Geiger - Goodreads
I can get more info on punctuation from a dictionary without Richard Lederer's lame attempts at humor. The Rich Lederer who trumpeted Bert Blyleven's as a Hall of Fame pitcher could have done a better job! Read full review