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Squiggle takes a walk

Squiggle takes a walk

Learning about Punctuation

Natasha Sharma
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Meet Squiggle – curious, confused and determined to tell a comma from an apostrophe!
Squiggle is confused. She doesn’t know quite what she is! So she sets off through the pages of a notebook in search of answers. Is she a comma or colon? A question mark? Surely not an exclamation! Splash, run, bump, trip and swing with her until she finds her own kind. Natasha Sharma’s delightful text introduces young readers to the correct way to use punctuation in this deliciously comic tale. The book also includes a section with pointers on punctuation, interesting facts from history and mayhem brought about by incorrect punctuation. Once you’re through with Squiggle, you’ll never misplace that comma again!

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Nov/2014

ISBN: 9789383074013

Length : 80 Pages

MRP : ₹199.00

Squiggle takes a walk

Learning about Punctuation

Natasha Sharma

Meet Squiggle – curious, confused and determined to tell a comma from an apostrophe!
Squiggle is confused. She doesn’t know quite what she is! So she sets off through the pages of a notebook in search of answers. Is she a comma or colon? A question mark? Surely not an exclamation! Splash, run, bump, trip and swing with her until she finds her own kind. Natasha Sharma’s delightful text introduces young readers to the correct way to use punctuation in this deliciously comic tale. The book also includes a section with pointers on punctuation, interesting facts from history and mayhem brought about by incorrect punctuation. Once you’re through with Squiggle, you’ll never misplace that comma again!

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Natasha Sharma

Natasha Sharma's childhood had crazy episodes, featuring dogs, rabbits, ducks, guinea pigs, horses, buffaloes, and the occasional squirrel, all in her backyard.
She graduated in maths, did an MBA, worked as a brand manager and is now happily doing what she loves most-writing books for children.
You can find out more about Natasha at www.natashasharma.in.