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My Rating - 3 out of 5 stars
Publisher - Bumblemeyer Publications
Genre - Children book
Publishing year - 2017
Language - English 
Amazon - The Word Collector

My Review -

There's a story of Ostrich who never uses words he learned from the different mediums, but one day, things change. It's a fun & quick read. It's a children's book where the author tries to teach nouns, adverbs, adjectives, and words. The story doesn't leave a long-lasting impact because there is a lack of depth, but the reader can learn grammar and words differently, especially kids. It's a good book for kids, but it could have been better. 

Synopsis -

First, in a grammar and composition series for 6- to 9-year-olds, The Word Collector features Priscilla, a word collector too shy to share her words, making it difficult for her to make friends. Written and illustrated in a style that captures and keeps students' interest, the story encourages a love of language--and a willingness to help others--as it reviews the four main parts of speech: noun, verb, adverb, and adjective. 

Drawn from lessons and activities used in the classroom, the series is designed to complement traditional textbooks, covering all eight parts of speech, punctuation, capitalization, word families, and sentence structure. Each title offers a companion workbook ideal for student practice, with puzzles and focused activities aligned with Virginia and Common Core Language Arts standards.

Ideal for traditional classroom and home-school settings.

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