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by Lynn Rowe Reed,Robin Pulver

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ISBN:
0823421279
Author:
Lynn Rowe Reed,Robin Pulver
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Holiday House; First Edition edition (September 1, 2008)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1701 kb
FB2 book:
1154 kb
DJVU:
1365 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
754


Robin Pulver, Lynn Rowe Reed (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator).

Robin Pulver, Lynn Rowe Reed (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator). The book illuminates words with auxiliary, inert, and empty letters that make spelling Silent Letters Loud and Clear tells the story of Mr. Wright's class, a class that is fed up with the difficulty they encounter when trying to spell words with silent letters. This is a great book to help children understand why silent letters are important, and how their absence would affect spelling and pronunciation.

Illustrated by. Lynn Rowe Reed. Pulver and Reed have once again managed to craft a book so clever and fun that both teachers and students alike will be enthralled. "Pulver and Reed Tackle Another Grammar Lesson with Humorous Examples and Whimsical Illustrations.

She lives in upstate New York. Lynn Rowe Reed writes and illustrates picture books and lives in Indiana

She lives in upstate New York. Lynn Rowe Reed writes and illustrates picture books and lives in Indiana. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

My daughter gets a good chuckle from this book and quickly grasped the concept of how silent letters impact the pronunciation and spelling of a word

She lives in upstate New York. My daughter gets a good chuckle from this book and quickly grasped the concept of how silent letters impact the pronunciation and spelling of a word. As an added bonus, the teacher in the book tells the children it's hard to learn about silent letters and mistakes are to be expected. It is very encouraging. This book should be a staple in the elementary school classroom.

Lynn Rowe Reed writes and illustrates picture books and lives in Indiana. Lynn Rowe Reed's bright and inventive letters are made of an array of odds and ends, textures and media. The silent letters in the text are printed in a simple outline-only font.

By Robin Pulver Illustrated by Lynn Rowe Reed. Should silent letters be banned forever? From the creators of Punctuation Takes a Vacation and Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day comes another dynamic grammar book with which both new and experienced spellers will identify. By Robin Pulver Illustrated by Lynn Rowe Reed. Category: Children’s Picture Books. About Silent Letters Loud and Clear. Mr. Wright’s class is through with silent letters. The students can’t hear silent letters. They make spelling too tricky.

Pulver and Reed have once again managed to craft a book so clever and fun that both teachers and students alike . Within the text itself, silent letters are highlighted whenever they appear

Pulver and Reed have once again managed to craft a book so clever and fun that both teachers and students alike will be enthralled (Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day, 2006, et. Even though the silent letters never make a fuss or complain, Mr. Wright's class still does not appreciate them. Within the text itself, silent letters are highlighted whenever they appear. Reed combines acrylic paint with collage to maximum effect: Each of the silent letters has a personality all its own, while her cartoon stick figures convey all the emotion and energy needed to carry the story. Knuckle down and purchase this book or teachers will make your lives wretched.

Should silent letters be banned forever? From the creators of Punctuation Takes a Vacation and Nouns and Verbs .

Should silent letters be banned forever? From the creators of Punctuation Takes a Vacation and Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day comes another dynamic grammar book with which both new and experienced spellers will identify. About the author: Robin Pulver is the author of the Mrs. Toggle books and the Axle Annie books, among other popular picture books for children. She lives in upstate New York. About the illustrator: Lynn Rowe Reed is the creator of many humorous picture books for children, including Julius Anteater, Misunderstood and Please Don’t Upset .

Author - Robin Pulver, Illustrator - Lynn Rowe Reed. Silent letters make spelling much too difficult and the students in Mr. Wright's class have had enough of them. Illustrator - Lynn Rowe Reed. Read this Book on Epic!

Wretched...dumb...a pain! Mr. Wright's class thinks silent letters should be banned because they make spelling too tricky. but when the unappreciated letters decide to go on strike, the class realizes how important the letters really are. Both new and experienced spellers will appreciate this dynamic book from the creators of Punctuation Takes a Vacation and Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day.
  • Cargahibe
My son is a little bit older, but has been struggling with "Sight" words. I bought this book to help my son understand some of the rules he was having trouble applying.

After 1 month of reading this book every day, I am happy to report his spelling and grades are improving. He is now reading it to his younger cousins to help them. This book is simple and easy to follow. It is silly, so it does not feel like learning. I would recommend reading it often with your child so that it becomes second nature, especially if they are struggling. It is a great book for children learning to read because it sets the expectation to memorize certain rules rather than rely on phonetics.
  • GoodBuyMyFriends
My daughter loves this book. We read it every night currently. It's a great book, and a great way to introduce the concept of silent letters in reading.
  • Sadaron above the Gods
My daughter gets a good chuckle from this book and quickly grasped the concept of how silent letters impact the pronunciation and spelling of a word. As an added bonus, the teacher in the book tells the children it's hard to learn about silent letters and mistakes are to be expected. It is very encouraging. This book should be a staple in the elementary school classroom.
  • Mavivasa
The book is very cute, and my students love it. It is great to introduce silent letters. The binding of the book is very poor. The pages are starting to come out and I have only read the book once. Other than the condition of the book, the book was just what I need for my students.
  • Danrad
Shared this recently with 2nd grade supported readers. One little man said," Wow, I didn't know there were that many silent letters!" Since the silent letters show up as outlines , easy for kids to get a greater sense of how many of these appear in our language.
  • Zonama
Great for the classroom.
  • Xarcondre
But she soon understood and then she couldn't get enough of the book. A fun way to teach our wild English language.
After Mr. Wright's class complains that "silent letters are a pain," and sends a letter to the newspaper suggesting that "silent letters should be banned," the silent letters stage a walkout! Kids don't have to know they're learning something -- this book is just fun!