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New Year, New Books to love in January

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Someone in London is cooking up murder …


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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy


How to Spell Like a Champ
Barrie Trinkle, Carolyn Andrews, Paige Kimble

Workman Publishing Company
October 2006
On Sale: October 20, 2006
192 pages
ISBN: 0761143696
EAN: 9780761143697
Paperback
$10.95
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How to Spell Like a Champ shows kids how to build word lists, and organize and study them most effectively. How to gain knowledge of etymology, word roots, and spelling patterns from English and other languages. Here are commonly missed words and word patterns— and those feisty (who said “i before e except after c”?) words that don’t fit any pattern. Synonyms, antonyms, eponyms. Suffixes and prefixes. Plus, a whole chapter of word searches and other skill-building games enforces the lessons learned. The book is also a spelling bee primer for the ten million kids who participate in Scripps spelling bees on the local level. It tells what to study, how to study, how much to study. Readers learn what to expect in a bee—whether a classroom contest or the Scripps National Final—and how they can make it through each round by asking the right questions and using their well-honed instincts. Included is an audio CD featuring Dr. Jacques Bailly himself, the official voice of the National Spelling Bee as heard on ABC, ESPN, and in the movies.

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