by Terban, Marvin
Poems are even more fun to write than they are to read. Children who are nervous about how their poems will sound need a copy of Marvin Terban's rhyming dictionary, complete with goofy illustrations.
This book is full of sneaky lessons; for example, you can't help but notice that things that rhyme aren't always spelled the same way--nor do things spelled the same way always rhyme. And once a child begins fooling around with words, rhymes, and sounds, a new appreciation for language is bound to emerge, even if a child doesn't notice it happening at first. This book may be a hook to help kids yearn to learn (or pine to rhyme).
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