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At the Eleventh Hour
ISBN: 9780761381648
Author: Heos, Bridget/ Blecha, Aaron (ILT)
Publisher: Lerner Pub Group
Published: October 2012
Retail: $26.65    OUR PRICE: $2.99
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Binding Type: Library Binding
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Annotation: Explains the meanings behind common English idioms about numbers and money, including "at sixes and sevens," "the whole nine yards," and "bet your bottom dollar."
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Language Arts
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Humor
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Concepts | Counting & Numbers
Library of Congress Subjects:
English language; Idioms; Juvenile literature.
Figures of speech; Juvenile literature.
Dewey: 428.1
LCCN: 2011044561
Academic/Grade Level: Grade 4-6, Age 9-11
Book type: Juvenile Non-Fiction
Target Grade: 4-6
Grade level: 4-6
Physical Information: 0.50" H x 50.00" L x 7.25" W
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Reference, Middle School, Math, Growing Up, Early Elementary
Grade level(s): 4th, 5th, 6th
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2013 Fall)
Each volume introduces idioms in a particular subject (food, school, sports, etc.) before the text uses the phrase in context and explains its definition and origin. A mix of cartoons and stock photos makes for a random layout, but the casual tone and subject matter are kid-friendly; readers will especially enjoy Pooped Out's gross expressions (e.g., "farting around"). Reading list, websites. Glos., ind. [Review covers these It's Just an Expression titles: Get Your Nose Out of Joint, Put on Your Thinking Cap, Stick Out Like a Sore Thumb, Keep Your Eye on the Ball, Until the Cows Come Home, At the Eleventh Hour, Cool as a Cucumber, and All Pooped Out.]
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2012 November)

Gr 4–6—Ever wonder where the phrase "goody two-shoes" comes from or why we say we're "all pooped out" when we feel tired? This series explores the usage and origin of dozens of well-known and less-familiar idioms. Typically, a spread is devoted to information about each expression. First, the idioms are used in a mini-story context and then elaborated on for meaning. Photographs and cartoon illustrations help further explain the phrases. The pages are well designed, and the texts are lively. Since many of the idioms have mathematical, historical, or scientific connections, this series may be used across curriculums, with plenty of opportunities for writing activities. While further reading is suggested, source notes are not included, making follow-up difficult.

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