Animal Advertisements is a humorous collection of advertisements that might get the attention of animals. Among the products available are skates for turtles, earmuffs for owls, and slippers for dogs. Persuasive language is used to entice buyers. For example, a mouse hole advertisement says “Plenty of fresh food within a short scamper.”
Illustrations, type in a variety of colours, sizes, and fonts, and boxes and banners are used to create models of advertisements. The book concludes with information about the characteristics of advertisements, including their purpose to persuade and techniques such as descriptive words, questions, repeated words, and exaggeration.
Some words, such as bristles, dull, consultation, available, guaranteed, rumble, and styles may require clarification. The nouns crocodile, toothbrushes, turtle, owl, and jungle are used. The verbs crawl, hunt, walk, and scamper are used. The following singular/plural pairs occur: toothbrush/toothbrushes, turtle/turtles, earmuff/earmuffs.
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Invoice Title: Sls Pp: Animal Advertisements(NZ)