by M. L. Nesbitt

Description:  A singularly ingenious, witty, and amusing attempt to teach some of the elements of grammar by allegory and pictorial illustration. A wonderful introduction to the parts of speech for young and old. Numerous black and white illustrations complement the text.

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Ages:  10-15
Length:  109 pages
Format:  Paperback, Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2009
ISBN:  978-1-59915-332-2
Genres:  Language, English Grammar

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction—Judge Grammar and His Subjects
2. Mr. Noun
3. Little Article
4. Mr. Pronoun
5. Serjeant Parsing's Visit to Schoolroom-Shire
6. Mr. Adjective
7. Mr. Adjective Tried for Stealing
8. The Quarrel
9. Dr. Verb

10. Dr. Verb's Three Tenses, Number, and Person
11. Serjeant Parsing in Schoolroom-Shire Again
12. The Nominative Case
13. Adverb
14. Preposition
15. Prepositions Govern the Objective Case
16. Conjunction
17. Active Verbs Govern the Objective Case
18. The Possessive Case

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