Celebrate National Punctuation Day with ‘Super Grammar’
Today is National Punctuation Day. If you’re looking for a fun way to learn punctuation and grammar – and involve superheroes – the book “Super Grammar” might be just what you’re looking for. Here’s some information on the book from a news release:
Super Grammar gives kids a fun and memorable way to hone their grammar skills. Creators Tony Preciado and Rhode Montijo have personified all of the major elements of grammar with superhero or super villain identities. Readers won’t simply be told they shouldn’t use a double negative in a sentence; instead they will actually meet the sinister twin brothers, Double Negative, and learn how to avoid being tricked into falling for their double-talk. The book’s fun, full-color design looks like a mix between a reference book and a comic book. With Super Grammar readers will learn to defend and protect their sentences from mistakes and rid the world of bad grammar.
I found this book charming and informative. It’s a good choice to share with your kids.
Click past the cut for more from the book!
- Matt Price
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