The Dragon Grammar Book – Grammar for Kids, Dragons, and the Whole Kingdom by Diane Mae Robinson.
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The Dragon Grammar Book
An easy-to-understand English grammar book with fun grammar lessons for middle grades to young adults. An excellent education reference for classroom and homeschool grammar lessons. An Amazon.com bestseller and award-winning book: 2018 Book Excellence Awards Winner. Education & Academics. 2018 Readers’ Favorite Book Awards Winner, Children’s-Education.
This book has a unique approach to teaching grammar by incorporating the fantasy characters of the author’s multi-award winning children’s series The Pen Pieyu Adventures. The medieval theme and quirky characters create a fun story-type read as the reader learns grammar.
– Easy-To-Understand Lessons organized to gradually build on the basic grammar rules toward an intermediate level.
– Engaging Examples Sentences explain each grammar rule through a humorous and creative writing style.
– An Expansive Resource of grammar terminology, confusing words, punctuation rules, types of sentences and proper structure, parts of speech, verb agreement, and more.
– Quizzes with Answer Keys reinforce each lesson before proceeding to the next lesson.
The Dragon Grammar Book is sure to be enjoyed by kids, teens, young adults, and the whole kingdom.
The Dragon Grammar Book is currently available as a Kindle e-book, paperback and hardback book. To buy your own copy, you can do so via your regular book retailer or on Amazon
About the author Diane Mae Robinson
Diane Mae Robinson is a multi-award winning children’s fantasy author and non-fiction author with twelve international book awards and one provincial award for The Pen Pieyu Adventures series and, her latest release, The Dragon Grammar Book.
Diane lives in central Alberta, Canada. She enjoys riding her horses, playing with her dogs, visual arts, visiting Maui often and, of course, writing. Diane is also an artist, art teacher, writing instructor, children’s book editor, and an international short story competition judge. www.dragonsbook.com
You can connect with Diane via her page on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DianeMaeRobinso