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ALPHABET E LAR
Edition
First edition.
Descript.
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 x 28 cm
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Summary
A mouse takes a journey through the alphabet, told entirely with sounds and pictures.
Subject
Alt Author
Paschkis, Julie, 1957-
ISBN/ISSN
9781682631690 (hardback)
1682631699 (hardback)
Call #
J 636.5 S
Descript.
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm
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Note
Maps on endpapers.
Summary
All around the world, children on their grandmothers' farms listen to the chickens cluck in their own languages. Explore world languages and different cultures as you meet grandmothers' chickens in the United States, Mexico, Kenya, Japan, India, and France in this book that celebrates cultural diversity.
Audience
Grades 2-3. Little Bigfoot, an imprint of Sasquatch Books.
Ages 4-8. Little Bigfoot, an imprint of Sasquatch Books.
Subject
Alt Author
Morgan, Pierr.
ISBN/ISSN
9781632172914 (hardcover)
1632172917 (hardcover)
Call #
808.042 W
Edition
First edition.
Descript.
xix, 311 pages ; 25 cm
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Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Part 1: Structure. Pocket: Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway --Crossed sentence: John F. Kennedy, Inaugural address --Parallelism: Li-Young Lee, "from Blossoms" --Reversed sentences: Yoda, Star Wars --Surprise: Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey --Questions: Judy Blume, Are Your There God? It's Me, Margaret --Part II: Diction. Valuable verbs: Red Smith, "Dizzy Dean's Day" --Tone: Shirley Jackson: "The Lottery" --Word shifts: James Joyce, Ulysses --Coinage: Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings --Part III: Sound. Onomatopoeia: Watty Piper, The Little Engine That Could --Matching Sounds: Marting Espada, "Alabanza: In Praise of Local 100" --Repetition: Jack Kerouac, On the Road --Part IV: Connection/Comparison. First person: J.D.Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye --Second person: Lorrie Moore, "A Kid's Guide to Divorce" --Contrast: Neil Armstrong, First Words on the Moon --Negativity: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me --Creative descriptions: Barbara Kingsolver, "Where it Begins" --Synesthesia: Robert Hayden, "Those Winter Sundays" --Part V: Extremes. Marathon sentences: Martin Luther King Jr., "Letter from a Birmingham jail" --Simplicity: Ann Beattie, "Learning to Fall" --Contradiction: Margaret Atwood, "Orphan Stories" --Time: Karen Salyer McElmurray, "Consider the Houses" --Impossibility: Toni Morrison, Beloved --Visual Presentation: Nicky Enright, What on Earth (have you done)?
Summary
"25 Great Sentences and How They Got That Way is for word lovers, readers interested in encountering new authors or revisiting favorite works, and aspiring writers. The author, a master English teacher at Horace Mann for several decades, leads readers on a delightful tour of sentences by authors in the canon, using deft analysis and humor to "look under the hood" and allow us to see what makes a sentence great"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject
Title
Twenty-five great sentences and how they got that way
ISBN/ISSN
9781324004851
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