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Penny and the Punctuation Bee

by Moira Rose Donohue

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The book tells the story of punctuation marks in a "Punctuation Bee" and the proper use of punctuation at the end of a sentence. It explains the difference between a declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentence.
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This would be a great book to review ending punctuation in a minilessons . Correlates with the NAD Language Arts Standard LA.4.L.2 ( )
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Elsie, an exclamation point, announces loudly that she's sure she'll win the school Punctuation Bee. But Penny, a period, and her friend, Quentin, a question mark, decide to practice and practice. Penny wants to beat Elsie, who brags way too much!

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When Penny, a period, competes in her school's annual punctuation bee, she is especially determined to beat Elsie, an exclamation point who is loud and boastful.

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