Britannica Discovery Library: Lazily, Crazily, Just a Bit Nasally

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by Brian P. Cleary illustrated by Brian Gable One book is never enough to explore the incredibly wide range of adverbs! The goofy cats crazily deliver loads of additional examples to entertainingly illustrate the power of adverbs, including phrasal adverbs. Brian P. Cleary’s playful verse and Brian Gable’s comical cats magically turn traditional grammar lessons on end. Each adverb is cleverly color coded to help readers identify adverbs of manner, adverbs of time, and more. Read this book aloud and share the delight of the sense—and nonsense—of words. Ages 7-9 Reinforced binding To Brendan —B.P.C. ord w A : b r e Adv that e s a r h p or , n e h w s e b descri here, how, w , and n how ofte uch. how m The adverbs in this book are color coded. The colors of the words on this page match the colors of the adverbs in the text. You’ll see that all pink adverbs tell you when, all green adverbs tell you how often, and so on. Watch out for adverbs that tell you how. Some are light blue and others are dark blue. by Brian P. Cleary illustrations by Brian Gable J M ILLBROOK P RESS / M INNEAPOLIS Adverbs sometimes tell us wh ere, like th e se ar e h er e and those ar e there. 4 ll tell us w i w y e h t n h en Ofte , like this is now and th at was th en. 5 Adverbs sometimes tell us how, “ Car efully remove this cow.” like, 6 They let us know how often too, as in the p hra se, “I seld om chew.” 7 At times they modify the verb, as in , “H e 8 sl o wly pain ts ” . b r th e cu
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