Table of contents for Woe is I for kids : a junior grammarphobes' guide to better English in plain English / Patricia O'Conner ; illustrations by Tom Stiglich.

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Table of Contents
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INTRODUCTION
1) ¿I¿ WITNESS: When Words Need Stand-Ins 
2) PLURALS BEFORE SWINE: Sometimes There¿s More Than One
3) YOURS TRULY: Possessives and the Possessed
4) ACTION FIGURES: Words That Do the Work
5) WORKING OUT: Action Figures in Action
6) SMALL MIRACLES: Incredible Shrinking Words	
7) CASTING A SPELL: How to Be Letter Perfect
8) CAPITAL CRIMES: When Size Matters
9) ENDANGERED LIST: The Bruised, the Abused, and the Misused 
10) CONNECTING THE DOTS: All About Punctuation
11) TALES FROM THE CRYPT: Clichés That Just Won¿t Die
12) ONLINE SKATING: The Rules of the Road
GRAMMAR TALK: Some Technical Terms and What They Mean 
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Grammar -- Juvenile literature.
English language -- Usage -- Juvenile literature.