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If You Were a Noun by
Call Number: 428.1 DAHL
If you were a noun, you would be a person, place or thing. You could answer the questions who, when and where. You could be singular or plural.
Nouns and Pronouns by
Call Number: 428.2 RIGGS
An examination of the rules behind English grammar, focusing on the components known as nouns and pronouns, which name the people, places, and things that serve as the subjects and objects of sentence.
What Is a Noun? by
Call Number: 425 DOYLE
Full-color photographs and simple text provide a brief introduction to nouns as parts of speech.
Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day by
Call Number: READ-ALONG PULVER
When the children in Mr. Wright's class have a field day, nouns and verbs in the classroom make their own fun.