The Jealous Adjective is a picture book that tells the story of a
powerful part of speech that no longer wants to be just a regular
servant of the king, the Noun. When Adjective tells King Noun that
she should share the throne with him, he just laughs in her face.
But King Noun quickly learns of Adjective's awesome power. With the
stroke of her paint brush, she teaches the king that she has the
ability to change his appearance from handsome to an ugly green
ogre. And that's not all. But King Noun doesn't give up a share of
his power without a fight. Because Adjective has changed his looks,
Noun changes to a place, thing, and finally an animal, thinking he
could out maneuver her. It doesn't work though. He soon learns that
adjectives control all facets of nouns. The king finally relents
and decides to offer Adjective a partnership. However the victory
is bittersweet. She realizes that her actions were a little over
the top and apologizes and they live happily ever after. Or do
|Country of origin:
A R Collins
||279 x 216 x 6mm (L x W x T)
Social sciences >
Primary / junior schools
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