Wacky Words: Vocabulary Cartoons ebook
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Wacky Words: Vocabulary Cartoons

Wacky Words is a fun cartoon romp of interesting vocabulary words. Clever and funny cartoons makes learning new words fun and entertaining....

File Size: 3246 KB
Print Length: 112 pages
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Publisher: Elliot Carruthers (April 18, 2015)
Publication Date: April 18, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B00WCPVRSA
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“I love words, all kinds of words, even useless words in ordinary conversation. So this book touched that fancy with me. Except to show off -- which I wouldn't do except when others show off with their words -- I'd never use words such as "jentacular,...”