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HILARIOUS NEW BOOK THE AMERICAN SANDBOX DICTIONARY OF CHILDREN’S MISPRONOUNCED ENGLISH COMPILES COMMONLY MISUSED AND MISPROUNCED WORDS


far•mer•john [FAR-mur-jon] noun. A hard, dry Italian skim milk cheese usually grated and served atop foods such as a salad or baked meal.

sick•as•hell a•ne•mi•a [SIK-az-hel uh-NEE-mee-uh] noun. A chronic blood disease most common among people of African descent where abnormal hemoglobin causes red blood cells to become nonfunctional and sickle-shaped.

The American Sandbox Dictionary of Children’s Mispronounced English by St. Louisan Alvin Zamudio collects hundreds of kids’ mispronunciations and includes their intended definitions. Words like smoke•in•a•troll (remote control), man•y-•nems (M&Ms), ow•breyes (eyebrows), and countless others fill this hilarious compilation, which features the best entries from thousands of submissions collected from Zamudio popular website – American Sandbox. Parents from across the country have shared their kids’ mispronunciations; you’ll find many of them in this adorable, or “adorabubble”, volume.

Look for The American Sandbox Dictionary of Children’s Mispronounced English in bookstores. Click here to find at Reedy Press’ website. 

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