The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons and the Whole Kingdom

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The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons and the Whole Kingdom

The Dragon Grammar Book Grammar for Kids Dragons and the Whole Kingdom Finally An easy to understand grammar book with fun grammar lessons The Dragon Grammar Book is the ideal grammar book for kids dragons and adults alike From multi award winning children s fantasy au

  • Title: The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons and the Whole Kingdom
  • Author: Diane Mae Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781988714011
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally An easy to understand grammar book with fun grammar lessons The Dragon Grammar Book is the ideal grammar book for kids, dragons, and adults alike From multi award winning children s fantasy author, Diane Mae Robinson, The Dragon Grammar Book introduces middle grades through adults to the basic rules of the English language with easy grammar lessons Featuring thFinally An easy to understand grammar book with fun grammar lessons The Dragon Grammar Book is the ideal grammar book for kids, dragons, and adults alike From multi award winning children s fantasy author, Diane Mae Robinson, The Dragon Grammar Book introduces middle grades through adults to the basic rules of the English language with easy grammar lessons Featuring the zany fantasy characters in the author s The Pen Pieyu Adventures series, The Dragon Grammar Book is sure to be enjoyed by the whole kingdom With clear examples and fun activities, this book is a must have for readers and aspiring writers Peter Takach, English Teacher and Grammarian

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    1. Stacie on said:

      The Dragon Grammar Book is a wonderfully written and beautifully organized must have writing companion for children and adults alike.The book begins by addressing "Confusing Words," which immediately had me hooked. The simplicity of the explanations and clarity through examples makes it easy for readers to grasp concepts and immediately apply what they've learned. The book can also be used by parents to assist them in explaining usage especially when helping with homework or homeschooling.The pr [...]

    2. Linda Watkins on said:

      I loved this book. It now sits in a prominent place in my office. Grammar, for me, was always infinitely boring and difficult to understand – something to be avoided like the plague. But, under the tutelage of Ms. Robinson, it has come alive! Not only does she describe and explain adjectives, adverbs, compound sentences, etc etc but she does so with humor and a bit of whimsy which delights the reader. The book takes a very, very dull subject and jazzes it up so it becomes enjoyable for childre [...]

    3. Wayne Clark on said:

      It occurred to me while reading through Diane Mae Robinson’s The Dragon Grammar Book that its OOPS it’s not a work only for OOPS for only young visitors to her delightful kingdom. It’s for of all ages who want to communicate clearly. The fact that the author has gone to the trouble of creating crystal clear OOPS crystal-clear and fun examples of all the grammar rules any one OOPS anyone needs to know makes the book useful to those who hated grammar in school to the point they still don’t [...]

    4. Jimmy Jefferson on said:

      A great educational tool for young and oldThe English language is a complex and confusing language to learn. The dragon book takes this language and puts into context an easier method of learning. I do homework with my children and this book is very helpful when we get to the English assignments. The material is well thought out and presented in an easy to follow format with a little quiz at the end of each chapter to test your understanding. This book is well thought out and a great tool for le [...]

    5. Barbara Ann on said:

      I love the way this book makes it simple for children and adults to learn, review and refresh the rules of the English language. The author uses a chapter book approach to highlight parts of speech, sentence structure, modifiers, word agreement, punctuation, and confusing words. Robinson strives to leave no stone unturned. She even tackles ellipsis, brackets, braces, quotation marks, and em and en hyphens, which most readers of this book probably never knew existed.Who doesn't love a challenge? [...]

    6. C.L. Murphy on said:

      Ms. Robinson explains in a clever and engaging manner, so that young writers can better understand the complex rules of English grammar. The entire family—or Kingdom—will enjoy the examples and activities from her award-winning series offered within the book. The illustrations that begin each chapter help set the playful tone.

    7. Grady on said:

      ‘Which and that sentences are confusing to the whole kingdom, even the royal scribes.’Canadian author Diane Mae Robinson freely states `My mission in life is to inspire children to believe in the magic within themselves, to become heroes, and to accomplish great things' and to that end she is proceeding with her series of richly detailed imaginative fantasies focusing on a young princess who feels the need to be a knight - thus the perhaps confusing title of Sir Princess Petra. Diane earned [...]

    8. Tonja Drecker on said:

      This is a small treasure chest of grammar information, not only for kids but also for adults and those who love visiting dragons.Covering everything from punctuation to clauses to tricky word pairs and even more, this is a comprehensive glance at basic grammar. . .with a lovely dose of dragon, that is. After several pages of explanations concerning grammar terminology, the book goes on with ten chapters concerning various themes. Then, there are two fun tests at the end (as well as answers) to h [...]

    9. Julie Baswell on said:

      If you have ever had trouble with proper English and grammar, then this book is for you. It may look like it was written for school age children, but looks are deceiving. True, it was written in a style and format for a child to easily learn from, but adults will find it interesting also. I did. I even enjoyed the pictures throughout the book. Although it has been many, many years, I remember learning everything that was touched on in this book. Even back then, I had problems remembering some of [...]

    10. Francheska on said:

      This was both informative and adorable. The illustrations keeps kids engaged and interested. Above all it is educational. Every hope for a parent is that the books your kids read are educational as well as fun. The author using humor and whimsy to explain adjectives, adverbs, compound sentences, ellipsis, brackets, braces, quotation marks, em and en hyphens and much more in a way easy for children and adults to understand. It is definitely more interesting than how I learned about those things. [...]

    11. Deziree on said:

      As a junior high and high school teacher, I really appreciated the organized and gradual way the author sets forth the teaching methods in this book. The book starts with grammar terminology so the reader can easily flip back to this section when they need a refresher on the terms. The next section--Confusing Words--is a breath of fresh air to any teacher or writer. Then with each subsequent easy-to-follow chapter, the author builds on the previous chapters to gradually go more into depth on mor [...]

    12. Dawn on said:

      I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.What an amazing book! Diane Mae Robinson has taken the complexities of grammar and made them as easy as possible. Although she uses the characters of The Pen Pieyu Adventures series, this grammar book is a great resource for adults as well as children. In fact, there are a couple things listed that I often have to look up when I'm proofreading. I tagged those chapters and wil [...]

    13. Pegboard on said:

      Diane Robinson not only gives comprehensive explanation of parts of speech, but also common punctuation rules, with entertaining examples and illustrations. She also includes examples of commonly misused grammar and the correct way it can be used in a sentence, she also does this with the punctuation. This was a fun refresher and I will be looking to get her more of her books in hard copy for my children. Who knew an English grammar book could be so fun? I am always looking for fun ways to teach [...]

    14. Payal Sinha on said:

      I am a seasoned writer and even I didn't know many parts of English. I had bought the book basically for my kids but, found myself getting educated too. For example I didn't know that something like "modifier" existed in grammar. The author describes modifier as "either a word or a phrase that describes another word or group of words. It modifies something". The book is small and fun and extremely informative.

    15. Alex on said:

      A long time ago in a galaxy far away Well, back in the 80's in the country of Greece anyways, I was an English teacher and taught English as a foreign language to ages ranging from grade school to adults. To make a long story short I could have used a book like this one to make my job easier.It's an easy to understand book geared towards kids but even adults can appreciate it and learn from it.It's well put together and explains everything in an understandable and concise fashion.It's well organ [...]

    16. Noha Roben on said:

      An excellent new concept to learning grammar. Originally, I thought the book was for children but it's actually for about grade 6 all the way through to adults. Everybody will learn grammar in an easy and fun way. The illustrations make the book all the more fun.

    17. Christine on said:

      As a homeschool mom, we have been using this in our lessons, it has been such a great way to teach my daughter about grammar in a fun and exciting way. Between the illustrations and fun example sentences and even skill tests! Such a great way to learn grammar.

    18. Donna (More Than a Review) on said:

      Review of the Dragon Grammar book; A Grammar Book for Kids, Dragons and the Whole Kingdom by Diane Mae Robinson. You may have seen my reviews for Sir Princess Petra. It’s adorable kid books where Petra goes on adventures with her dragon and friends. The author has taken those characters and environment and created a very fun book on grammar. There are 10 chapters on different sections of grammar. The book contains sketches throughout to make it fun for kids. She includes great examples in the [...]

    19. Diane Robinson on said:

      Review by Yvonne on In this book, Diane M. Robinson make the difficult rules of English grammar accessible and entertaining! Clear examples and fun activities help to keep readers of all ages entertained. I highly recommend this book for fans of Sir Princess Petra and those who just want to brush up on their grammar. I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest reviewazon/gp/customer-re

    20. Diane Robinson on said:

      5 Stars, Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' FavoriteThe Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons, and the Whole Kingdom is a nonfiction educational book for children written by Diane Mae Robinson. Robinson is the author of The Pen Pieyu Adventures, a children's adventure series starring Sir Princess Petra. She's also a writing instructor who still finds it necessary, from time to time, to double-check those grammar rules. In this book, Robinson presents basic grammar rules in an accessib [...]

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