3 edition of The word spy found in the catalog.
The word spy
How it all began -- Why is English so strange? -- Dots and dashes, interrobangs and cat"s claws -- Letter, letters, letters -- Is that another Greek word? -- Who likes playing games? -- Say that again! -- Hmm, i wonder what you"re really saying...--Is that a real person? -- Back to the future -- Glossary.
|Statement||Ursula Dubosarsky ; illustrated by Tohby Riddle.|
|LC Classifications||PE1075 .D83 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2009464710|
Get this from a library! The return of the word spy. [Ursula Dubosarsky; Tohby Riddle] -- A funny and fantastic voyage into language, grammar and beyond. © Logophilia Limited.
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InTohby illustrated The Word Spy by Ursula Duborsarsky, which won The word spy book Patricia Wrightson Prize for Children's Literature in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and was an honour book in the CBC Book of the Year awards. A much-anticipated second book, The Return of the Word Spy, was published in May /5(2).
InTohby illustrated The Word Spy by Ursula Duborsarsky, which won the Patricia Wrightson Prize for Children's Literature in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and was an honour book in the CBC Book of the Year awards.
A much-anticipated second book, The Return of the Word Spy, was published in May I have a literacy unit based around this book and The Return of the Word Spy.
My children don't realise they are learning boring old grammar because it is so much fun. There are so many interesting things to study and I have found that once the children have read this book they are able to use their learning to relate to other books/5. All you have to do is open this book the wonderful world of words awaits.
Join the WORD SPY on an entertaining journey through the English language. Learn more about the alphabet came from, find out what ATM stands for, make up your own palindromes (it's easy!) and impress your friends by speakling Pig Latin/5(). Yes, it's The Word Spy Activity Book.
You might have read The Word Spy and The Return of the Word Spy. This one is different because now YOU get to write and draw in it as well. It's full of new discoveries, crazy games and playful puzzles, which all have one thing in common- WORDS. The Word Spy is a character with a love for words and a desire to find their meanings.
He wants children to not just learn from his findings, but to help him along the way, with clues to decode the secret message at the end of the book.
Fascinating facts about words and the English language abound in this giddy Australian import, narrated by the exuberant Word Snoop (Spy). Kirkus, J This wonderful book explains the use and history of words in a way that is as enjoyable as it is informative.
While it was written for primary-aged children it will appeal to all ages. A much-anticipated second book, The Return of the Word Spy, was published in May His picture book, Nobody Owns the Moon won the Best Designed Picture Book in the APA Book Design Awards, and was shortlisted for both the CBC Picture Book of the Year and the Patricia Wrightson Prize in the NSW Premier's Literary also has two cartoon Author: Ursula Dubosarsky.
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Originally published in Australia as The Word Spy, The Word Snoop can easily be read, and thoroughly enjoyed, by native English speakers from any country.4/4(22). From Joseph Conrad to John le Carré, intelligence historian Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones picks the fiction that best reveals the secrets of espionage.
Word Spy is one of those rare books that captures words live in the wild, complete with up-to-the minute citations and examples of usage. Glurge, metrosexual, toxic bachelor, bozo explosion, flash mob, weapons of mass distraction--they are all here, 5/5(3).
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Glurge, metrosexual, toxic bachelor, bozo explosion, flash mob, weapons of mass distraction--they are all here, Pages: The Word Spy One day while wandering the aisles of the children’s library with my boys I came across a book entitled The Word Spy.
It caught my attention on so many levels – I snatched it up and started reading through it. It’s beautifully written, captivating and downright funny. Join the Word Spy on an entertaining journey through the English language.
Learn more about where the alphabet came from, find out what ATM stands for, make your own palindromes (it's easy!) and impress your pigs by speaking Pig Latin. There are cartoons, riddles and a special code to solve along the way. Visit the Word Spy blog.
Dear Readers, I'm back again with a brand new book. Yes, it's The Word Spy Activity Book. You might have read The Word Spy and The Return of the Word Spy. This one is different because now YOU get to write and draw in it as well. It's full of - - QBD Books. A spy who creates false passports, visas, diplomas and other documents.
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