The Perfect Pop-Up Punctuation Book by Kate Petty

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In this interactive pop-up book, teaching and learning punctuation are transformed into a fun, hands-on activity. Sliding tabs, lift-the-flap features, and fresh, bold illustrations are sure to engage kids and help them understand the basic rules of punctuation. Wacky unpunctuated sentences will have kids laughing as they learn to recognize the correct use of every punctuation mark. Playful quizzes—and helpful hints from different animals on each page—make this book a perfect learning tool in the classroom and at home.

About Kate Petty

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Kate Petty is a well-respected writer and editor of children's books. She is the author of two recent picture books, Made with Love: How Babies Are Made and The Nightspinners. Ms. Petty lives in England. Jennie Maizels, the illustrator of numerous novelty and pop-up books, says she created the THINGS TO DO BOOK to help feed her own children's "furtive and wild imaginations." She lives in Hampshire, England.
Published August 17, 2006 by Dutton Juvenile. 12 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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This unusual approach to explaining punctuation uses pop-up scenes, flaps, tabs and other features of paper engineering to bring some pizzazz to an often dull subject.

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