Grammar Can Be Fun

by Munro Leaf, 1934

This title by Ferdinand author Munro Leaf makes grammar so fun that you pass out or die.

These are the end papers. Mr. Leaf drew them while chatting on the phone. Probably on a napkin or the back of his cable bill.

Good advice for when Abe Lincoln asks you how you feel. He’s nice like that.

At the end of the book Mr. Leaf invites the reader to write a bunch of stuff in the the back of the book.

The previous owner took him up on it. A lot. There are like six pages like this. Mostly drawings of ladders and random scribbles.

WHY CHILDREN WILL LIKE IT: Abe Lincoln, wobbly necks, a big spider