Grace Carroll, Ph.D - Akira’s Happy Tale (Homonyms)

This book is full of homonyms in a story about a loving dragon family and a surprise birthday party.  Homonyms are words that sound alike but have different meanings.  Sometimes homonyms are spelled alike, for example, ‘bear’ (to support or carry) and ‘bear’ (the animal). However most homonyms sound alike but are spelled differently, like ‘sun’ and ‘son.’ Join Tata and his family in this happy tale while learning the many homonyms included in the story.  


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