Perfect for introductory grammar and language arts lessons!
What is an interjection? What is a conjunction?
Explore language and discover how to identify interjections and conjunctions and the way they work in sentences.
Praise for Fantastic! Wow! And Unreal!:
“Youngsters will delight in the rhyming text, which artistically weaves information through vibrant illustrations. … This title is a must-have for school media centers as it provides sheer enjoyment and stimulating instruction for both students and teachers.”—School Library Journal
About the Explore! series:
Dedicated to helping children learn a variety of nonfiction subjects, the Explore series uses pitch-perfect rhyming text and brilliantly illustrated images to make learning fun.
Books in the series:
Explore Language 1. Behind the Mask: A Book About Prepositions 2. Cache of Jewels: And Other Collective Nouns 3. Fantastic! Wow! and Unreal!: A Book About Interjections and Conjunctions 4. Kites Sail High: A Book About Verbs 5. Many Luscious Lollipops: A Book About Adjectives 6. Mine, All Mine!: A Book About Pronouns 7. Merry-Go-Round: A Book About Nouns 8. Up, Up and Away: A Book About Adverbs
Explore Nature 1. Animals Born Alive and Well: A Book About Mammals and Their Young 2. Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones: A Book About Animals Who Lay Eggs 3. The Reason for a Flower: A Book About Flowers, Pollen, and Seeds 4. Plants that Never Ever Bloom: A Book About Fungi, Ferns, and Other Plants Without Flowers
After receiving a fine arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley and completing two years of graduate work in design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, Ruth Heller (1923-2004) began her career designing wrapping… More about Ruth Heller
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“Youngsters will delight in the rhyming text, which artistically weaves information through vibrant illustrations. … This title is a must-have for school media centers as it provides sheer enjoyment and stimulating instruction for both students and teachers.”