An introduction to adjectives features examples arranged alphabetically and complemented by an explanation of the principles for forming comparatives and superlatives.
“In this book a cartoon superhero chases a clown- like villain in an Amusement park. The superhero is the brave, braver, bravest. They race and chase each other on the Ferris-wheel, until they are Dizzy, Dizzier, and finally Dizziest.
This is a great book to use for family story time that you will enjoy reading again and again.
Children ages 4-8 will enjoy the hilarious action packed illustrations in bright colors and ink.
Closing notes offer tips on how to teach children Comparatives and Superlatives.
Recommended by Tamera Coolman – Fountain Square Library
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