Silly Sisters by Mike Kurilovitch
The Alliterative Alphabet Series

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Silly Sisters is the second entry in the Alliterative Alphabet Series of everyday stories told in alliterative style: a fun, tongue-twisty way of telling stories designed to pique the interest of young readers, while also encouraging their writing skills. Not only is the story told in alliterative fashion, but amazingly, EVERY WORD of the story starts with the same letter - S. Each line builds upon the last by adding one additional word. The result is a diamond "shape" poem; a real "gem" you might say, about two silly sisters who like to sing and frolic and be the center of attention - even if it means waking a slumbering sibling. After all, you can't be the center of attention if no one is paying attention to you! So read along and see which silly sister prevails!
 

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Published August 22, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books.

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