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Maira Chiodi is an Illustrator and Surface Pattern Designer with a graphic design background. Her work already appeared in magazines, books, games, and wall decals, among other products. Her style is joyful and colorful, with a hint of humor that pleases grown-ups and children alike. She's inspired by nature, animation and the culture from her home country, Brazil. Her imaginary always produces funny weird beings, resulting in a magical and playful universe, where the spectator is immersed in childhood world.
Whether diving from a very tall platform or crossing the finish line after a really grueling bike race, the adverbs have the perfect word: finally! Honestly, ...
The conjunctions know how to join things together and get things done. And that makes them the perfect parts of speech to go on a scouting adventure -- or two! ...
They're so tiny but do so much! Whether scurrying across the street, hiding beneath a hot-dog stand, or riding atop a taxi, the prepositions are taking the ...
Jump! Climb! Lift! Leap! Not known for sitting still, the verbs are packing lots of grammar facts and fun into their parts-of-speech adventure. These quirky, ...
Want dry, monochromatic language-arts texts that elicit nothing but sighs and groans from readers? KEEP LOOKING. This is NOT the series for you! Buckle in as ...
At the store there’s lots of food a can of Snoodle Sneech. Monster uses manners here. “Excuse me for my reach!” ...
Monsters are at Plooble School. There’s time for work and play. Monsters make mistakes at times. “I’m sorry” is easy to say.
Mind your manners—MONSTER manners! Join our monster friends as they explore manners concepts. Silly illustrations reinforce the text and add to the monstrous ...
Monsters sip, and squish, and slosh. It’s fun on Oogle Day. “Please” and “thank you” can be heard such magical words to say! ...
Monster sits down for a meal. He has an empty tummy. Monster thinks about his manners. “Thanks, Dad, this looks yummy!” ...
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