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The Super Punctuation Heroes and the Villain, Mr. Run-On by Cynthia Y. Jackson-Thomas

The Super Punctuation Heroes and the Villain, Mr. Run-On

by Cynthia Y. Jackson-Thomas

Pages: 42

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11

Category
  • JUVENILE FICTION - School & Education
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION - School & Education

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545681121

Price : $12.49

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The Super Punctuation Heroes and their friend, Miss Capital Letter, are on a mission. The villain, Mr. Run-On, is on a mission, too!! Mr. Run-On wants to convince all of the children, in a sneaky way, to stop using punctuation marks whenever they write and just run all of the sentences together. How is he going to do that?
When the Punctuation Heroes become aware of the villain’s plan, they had to stop him. The Super Punctuation Heroes responded to the teacher’s and students’ requests. The message to the children from this great team of heroes was clear. The children realized the importance being great writers. 
This book conveys a powerful message to children about the importance of using punctuation marks correctly in whatever they write. Children would also realize that value and worth are not in things , but is in enhancing their knowledge, skills, and ability to nurture a life-long need.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!! The Super Punctuation Heroes and their friend, Miss Capital Letter, is an amazing team with a great vision which is to help children all over the world to write with meaning and excitement.

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Cynthia Thomas is a retired teacher (35 years). She was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. Her childhood was filled with a lot of love, fun, laughter, outdoor games with her siblings, pets, and neighborhood friends. She currently lives in Orlando, Florida with her husband, three children, and three grandchildren. She enjoys reading, music, writing, spending time with children, and serving in her community. As a child, her favorite book was “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein. She believes there is an author in every child. The author’s inspiration comes from Phillipians 4:13 “I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me.” KJV

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