Teachers and parents know that teaching is more effective when kids are having fun. Rick Walton's Language Adventures Series combines entertainment and education with eight newly revised picture books that cleverly teach grammar and usage.Read more...
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Teachers and parents know that teaching is more effective when kids are having fun. Rick Walton's Language Adventures Series combines entertainment and education with eight newly revised picture books that cleverly teach grammar and usage. Kids will love the silly stories, funny illustrations, and witty wordplay. Teachers and parents will love the new features: definitions at the beginning of the book and activities at the end that allow kids to apply what they've learned.
Titles in the series include
Around the House, the Fox Chased the Mouse: Adventures in Prepositions
Bullfrog Pops: Adventures in Verbs and Objects
Herd of Cows, Flock of Sheep: Adventures in Collective Nouns
Just Me and 6,000 Rats: Adventures in Conjunctions
Once There Was a Bull . . . (Frog): Adventures in Compound Words
Pig Pigger Piggest: Adventures in Comparing
Suddenly Alligator: Adventures in Adverbs
Why the Banana Split: Adventures in Idioms
Rick Walton is the author of more than sixty children's books, including this best-selling language arts series. His books have been featured on the IRA Children's Choice list, Reading Rainbow, and CBS This Morning.
More than 150,000 copies sold
young boy meets a hungry aligator. Throw in mistaken identity and a pair of stinky socks, and you have all the fun and surprise of a fabulous picture book. Author Rick Walton tells an entertaining story while teaching language arts concepts to children. Jim Bradshaw's playful and engaging illustrations make this a book you won't want to miss.
Rick Walton is the author of dozens of books for kids, including Once There Was a Bullfrog, Why theBanana Split, and Herd of Cows, Flock of Sheep. He lives in Provo, Utah. Jim Bradshaw is a graphic designer and art director by day and an illustrator by night. He lives in rural South New Jersey.
Boy's stinky socks + 1 alligator = a rollicking tale that teaches children about adverbs.