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Case of the Incapacitated Capitals
Children's - Grade 1-2, Age 6-7 
1 v. (unpaged)  
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ISBN 9780823429141
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This is an extremely entertaining way to explain proper use of upper- and lowercase letters. As the letters commiserate their misuse, the students' strive to write a proper Teacher Appreciation Day request. Soon, CPPR—Capital Position and Posture Repair—causes the story lines to collide. Hilarious drawings dramatize eliminate all boredom from this Language Arts lesson!
Publisher Summary
The capital letters in Mr. Wright's classroom require immediate medical attention! They are suffering from severe neglect. Mr. Wright's students have completely forgotten about them—and about Teacher Appreciation Day. Luckily an EMS team is on the way for this grammar emergency in the latest addtition to Robin Pulver and Lynn Rowe Reed's langauge arts library. Filled with bold, bright illustrations, this book is a fun and unforgettable introduction to capital letters.

Capital letters are being so neglected in Mr. Wright's classroom that they are nearly incapacitated, and a medical team must be summoned to perform CPR-- Capital Posture Repair.
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