Submitted by User Design on 25 July 2012.
We have published a new book: Punctuation..? which is available from Central Books, Waterstones and Amazon. It can also be ordered from your local bookshop.
Punctuation..? explains the functions and correct uses of 21 of the most used punctuation marks. It is humorous, and fully illustrated using real life scenarios and is for a wide age range (young to ageing) and intelligence (emerging to experts). It is especially suitable for teenagers and people who do not like to read and feel reading a book is boring.
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Super little book
I was sent a copy of this book for review and it certainly cannot be called dry. It is probably of most interest to literacy / Functional English teachers and students at Level 2 or above.
The whimsical illustrations and succinct explanations and examples make this a fascinating browse. Punctuation marks are arranged alphabetically, starting with apostrophe and finishing with the semicolon. In between you will find dashes, slashes, guillemets, the interpunct and a whole lot more!