POWER WITH WORDS by  Levis

POWER WITH WORDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book has one section that differentiates it from others of its type are a good many, that is the stress on the possibility and value in learning to appeal up reading. The principles are on the Dartmouth Clinic findings; the exercises are ones that anyone can use at home. This is the last section of the book. The other three quarters deal with basic principles of vocabulary, use of words, pronunciation, grammar. In these days of quizzes and information tests, the questions testing vocabulary etc. will appeal to many people who may have found spelling, grammar and in youth. I like anything to do with words!

Pub Date: April 29th, 1943
Publisher: Crowell