Dearly, Nearly, Insincerely: What is an Adverb?

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Millbrook Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Bursting with adverbs, this newest addition to the Words Are Categorical series creatively clarifies the concept of adverbs for young readers with delightfully playful rhymes and extremely humorous illustrations. For easy identification, adverbs are printed in color and key words are illustrated on each page.
 

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DEARLY, NEARLY, INSINCERELY: What Is an Adverb?

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Continuing with their successful Words Are Categorical series, Cleary and Gable (Under, Over, by the Clover: What Is a Preposition?, 2002, etc.) use humorous cats to illuminate another part of speech ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jrstoner - LibraryThing

This is a good book to use when teaching adverbs. It doesn't follow a story line but it is a rhyming book that is funny and has alot of adverbs in it. The adverbs are in color with the rest of the words in black so the students can identify the adverbs more easily. Read full review

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Brian P. Cleary nbsp;is the author of thenbsp; Words Are CATegorical® ,nbsp; Math Is CATegorical® ,nbsp; Food Is CATegorical(tm) , andnbsp; Animal Groups Are CATegorical(tm) nbsp;series, as well as several picture books. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

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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