1 edition of May I have a word? found in the catalog.
May I have a word?
Written in English
|Statement||Caron Levis ; pictures by Andy Rash|
|Contributions||Rash, Andy, illustrator|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C579695 May 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||2016035961|
Two ladies at work consistently use the word may in the following way “May you (call the client.)”, “May you (find someone to do the shift)”, May you (order some stationary). Another colleague has told them that it is incorrect to use the word may and it should be can/would/could but they insist they are correct. Word Counts for Children's Books I received a request awhile ago to do a post on word counts for different age categories in children's lit. Since opinions vary greatly, I did some research to verify the numbers in my head. I was quickly FLOODED with emails from MANY an angry author for daring to put a word count on a level of book. I was a.
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Levis, Caron May I Have a Word. Illustrated by Andy Rash. PICTURE BOOK. Farrar Straus Giroux (Macmillan), $ Content: G. From their spot on the refrigerator, the K and C magnets begin to argue, each convinced the other gets to start all the best words.
Then K takes it one step further by accusing C of confusing readers/5. Caron Levis is the author of the picture books May I Have A Word?, Stuck with the Blooz, and Ida, Always which the New York Times called "an example of children's books at their best." Caron has an MFA, LMSW and is the coordinator of The New School's Writing for Children/YA MFA program.
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You may think that all these rules about word count may hinder you from showing all your artistic flow, but bear in mind that appropriate word count is just as important as content.
It doesn’t matter if you think your book is perfect. Following editorial guidelines such as word count may very well draw the line regarding your book’s success. On the other end, reference and academic books can have huge word counts.
Coffee table books and other illustrated books may have very little text, but be very expensive to print because the extensive illustrations require better quality paper. In these cases, the overall design of the book determines the publishing costs more than word count.
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A list of words that contain Book, and words with book in page brings back any words that contain the word or letter you enter from a large scrabble dictionary. We also have lists of Words that end with book, and words that start with book.
Search for words that start with a. Last time I gave examples of long and short copyright pages that you can use in your book. Today I have two types of information you might want to add to your copyright page: disclaimers and credits.
May I look at your passport. He may have missed the train. I may have hurt his feelings. May I have your name, please. May all your dreams come true. May I go out for a short walk. May I take a rest for a while.
He may come and see us tonight. I am not sure but she may come. May I leave this book with you. She may not come here tomorrow. You. A reprint of the much-in-demand They Have a Word for It, by Howard Rheingold, is first on the list for a new series, The Writer s Studio.
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A lexicon, vocabulary, or dictionary. n 1. a book containing words, usually with their meanings 2. a libretto for an opera n. Update: I checked my MS Word manuscripts and I was wrong. You’re better off going with the answers given by Shawn and Marion I guess.
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