A rebus is a hieroglyphic of varieties - it combines images with letter sounds (adding or subtracting them) to make a notice or word. Rebuses fascinate young ones of every age, and "Rebuses for Readers" provides greater than a hundred rebuses of those fascinating mind teasers for trouble-free scholars. 50 of the rebuses are in accordance with books, with decisions for basic, intermediate and top grades. an extra 15 are "Authors in Rebus Form", 15 are "Characters in Rebus shape" and 10 are "Settings in Rebus Form". The authors have additionally incorporated a few "Make your personal" rebuses (with a few pattern solutions). the ultimate bankruptcy, "Challenges", presents scholars with a few uncomplicated photographs and an inventory of e-book titles for which to create rebuses. each one bankruptcy contains an annotated bibliography of the books on which the rebuses are dependent; annotations comprise a quick description, grade point and common topic.
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