Don’t Dangle Your Participle

Description from Goodreads:

Words and pictures show children what a dangling participle is all about. Young readers are shown an incorrect sentence that has in it a dangling participle. They are then taught how to make the sentence read correctly. It is done in a cute and humorous way. The dangling participle loses its way and the children learns how to help it find its way back to the correct spot in the sentence. This is followed by some comical examples of sentences with dangling participles and their funny illustrations, followed by an illustration of the corrected sentence. Young readers will have fun recognizing this problem in sentence construction and learning how to fix it.

Review:

Thank you to Netgalley, Vanita Books and Vanita Oelschlager for providing a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Don’t Dangle Your Participle by Vanita Oelschlager has 22 pages and was published in 2014 by Vanita Books.

Don’t Dangle Your Participle is a fun, educational book that will have youngsters laughing hysterically. This is a great teaching tool and should be in classrooms everywhere.

I love that a picture riddle is included in the book and the answer is on the author’s website. The illustrations are cute and funny and add so much character the book. This book is a perfect teaching tool to keep kids engaged in the learning process.

I will definitely read this book to my children. I highly recommend this book for school-aged children (particularly if they are learning parts of speech).

Rating:  5 Plot Monster Jr. Spiders

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MDW original review.  Source:  Netgalley.

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