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Brian P. Cleary
Brian P. Cleary is the creator of the best-selling Words Are CATegorical® series, now a set with more than 3.1 million copies sold. He is also the author of the Math Is CATegorical® series and several single titles including The Laugh Stand: Adventures in Humor and Rainbow Soup: Adventures in... show more



Brian P. Cleary is the creator of the best-selling Words Are CATegorical® series, now a set with more than 3.1 million copies sold. He is also the author of the Math Is CATegorical® series and several single titles including The Laugh Stand: Adventures in Humor and Rainbow Soup: Adventures in Poetry. He is a keynote speaker, and puts on poetry workshops all over the country. The bow tie wearing children's author is America's English Teacher.

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Classroom Library
Classroom Library rated it 6 years ago
This book is a good book to introduce nouns. This noun shows the readers how nouns can be a person place or things. I think this is good book for teachers to introduce his or her lesson on nouns. I would use this book when I am ready to do a known lesson with my students. I also would use this as a ...
lward2
lward2 rated it 6 years ago
A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What is a Noun? is another fun story by Brian Cleary. It is to be read with a lot of enthusiasm, because this story gives students an exciting route to learning parts of speech. This book's reading level ranges from K-2; I would read this story aloud in a 1st grade ...
tvines2
tvines2 rated it 6 years ago
This book is a creative, colorful, and exciting way to to introduce adjectives to students by whimsical illustrations and funny sentences. I would use this in my classroom to introduce the idea of adjectives in sentences, and then guide the students to make sentences using adjectives and to circle t...
lward2
lward2 rated it 6 years ago
I really enjoyed this story. Brian Cleary's series provides an awesome way for students to engage in learning parts of speech while reading fun, entertaining stories. With this story, I would first define irregular plurals and give examples. Then we would read the story, and I would have students ...
Miss Lee's Library
Miss Lee's Library rated it 6 years ago
How Much Can a Bare Bear Bear? is the perfect book to introduce homonyms and homophones to your class. Homonyms and homophones are easier to see than to explain, so this book is a great way to do that! This book will be a great read aloud for 3rd-5th grade. A cute and creative activity for students ...
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