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The Punctuation Marks' Journey Author: Lưu Thị Lương Illustrator: Vũ Thị Thùy Dung Translator: Shannon David

This is Exclamation Mark, Full Stop, Question Mark and Comma.

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They are punctuation marks who need a job in this book, but they aren't sure where to go. 3/22

Letters and words are zooming about, trying to form sentences. Where do the punctuation marks fit in? What should they do?

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“Well, I know where I belong,” says Full Stop. “I always stand at the end of a sentence.”

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“No, I go at the end of a sentence!” says Question Mark.

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“No way!” yells Exclamation Mark. “I'm the one who belongs at the end of a sentence!”

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Nobody can agree, and the letters and words just keep zooming around in confusion. 9/22

“What will we do?” asks Comma.

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Comma stands in the middle of bickering punctuation marks and tries to separate them.

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“There is room for all of us among these words and letters,” says Comma. “Let me show you.”

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“You're right, Comma,” everyone says, “we're tired of arguing. Show us what to do!”

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Comma shows the other punctuation marks how he does his job. Comma organises all the words into a list, and stands between each word, separating them to make the list easier to read. What do you see in Comma's list? 14/22

Now that Comma has found where he belongs, can Question Mark, Exclamation Mark and Full Stop figure out what kind of sentences they should make?

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The full stop is placed at the end of declarative sentences, like this one.

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The exclamation mark is used to express emotions, like happiness, anger or excitement!

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And do you know what kind of sentence ends with a question mark?

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Don't forget: the word that comes after Question Mark, Exclamation Mark and Full Stop should start with a capital letter, because it will be the beginning of a new sentence.

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While the punctuation marks were talking, they remembered the letters and words zooming around in confusion.

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“We have an important job,” the punctuation marks say. “Look how confused the letters and words are without us!”

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Now the punctuation marks know what they need to do.

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Story Attribution: This story: The Punctuation Marks' Journey is translated by Shannon David . The © for this translation lies with Room to Read, 2018. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Based on Original story: 'Dấu Câu Đi Chơi', by Lưu Thị Lương . © Room to Read , 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license.

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Images Attributions: Cover page: Punctuation marks holding hands, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 2: Punctuations marks dancing, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 3: Punctuations marks confused and upset, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 4: Punctuations marks confused in front of traffic, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 5: Punctuation marks talking to one another, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 6: A round creature jumping with joy, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 7: Question mark and full stop dancing, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 8: Exclamation mark pushing away question mark, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 9: Punctuation marks and heavy traffic, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 10: Punctuation marks, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license.

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This book was made possible by Pratham Books' StoryWeaver platform. Content under Creative Commons licenses can be downloaded, translated and can even be used to create new stories ​‐ provided you give appropriate credit, and indicate if changes were made. To know more about this, and the full terms of use and attribution, please visit the following link.

Images Attributions: Page 11: Comma trying to pacify other punctuation marks, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 12: Comma, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 13: Punctuation marks and traffic, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 14: Comma separating different things, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 15: Punctuation marks blushing, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 16: White creature with folded arms, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 17: Bizarre shapes, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 18: Question mark, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 19: Three punctuations marks dancing, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 20: Traffic and punctuation marks, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 21: Some punctuation marks and heavy traffic, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license. Page 22: Punctuation marks under the sun, by Vũ Thị Thùy Dung © Room to Read, 2012. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license.

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The Punctuation Marks' Journey (English)

The comma, the full stop, the exclamation point and the question mark all live together in a book. Is there enough room for all of them?

This is a Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help.

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