Selected by noted anthologist Lee Bennett Hopkins, this collection of all-new poems is written from the points of view of personality-filled punctuation marks, and is a memorable introduction to grammar.
In this land of punctuation, the exclamation mark is a superhero who tells a story chock-full of bops and bams, the comma lets you pause to enjoy the weather, and the period is where you must come to a full stop or else the Grammar Police will get you. With humor and imagination, A Bunch of Punctuation makes it easy to remember the jobs of the various punctuation marks. Award-winning poet and anthologist Lee Bennett Hopkins takes a universal topic and makes it accessible, fun, and inviting for kids. This lively collection of poems by well-known poets, accompanied by inventive artwork by illustrator Serge Bloch, is a unique and inviting explanation of the rules for each of the punctuation marks.