Antonyms, Synonyms & Homonyms by Kim Rayevsky

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An unusual aircraft zooms in for a landing, and out pops a mischievous alien whose hilarious antics are perfect for explaining the difference between antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms. Ready for just about any experience, the visitor preens along with a cat to show clean and then wallows with a pig to demonstrate clean's antonym, dirty. The alien doesn't seem to mind getting drenched, soaked, or any other synonyms of wet. He does get confused between the plane he flew in and plain he flow over! Through witty illustrations and a clear and concise text, this trio of language arts concepts will stick with young readers.
 

About Kim Rayevsky

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Kim Rayevsky is a graphic designer who works with her husband, Robert, and also designs and builds websites. She and her family live in New York State. Robert Rayevsky, a native of Russia, is the popular illustrator of more than twenty books for children. They have garnered such honors as the Parents' Choice Award, the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books and Blue Ribbon. Robert Rayevsky lives in the beautiful countryside-far away from the skyscrapers, but close to many mosquitoes. His books include Under New York by Linda Oatman High and Pirate Pup by Caroline Stutson. Robert Rayevsky lives in Parksville, New York, with his wife, kids, cats, and a dachshund.
 
Published September 1, 2006 by Holiday House. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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