In Silly Milly and the Mysterious Suitcase, Wendy Lewison and Nadine Westcott bring readers the further adventures of this hilarious linguist.
In this story, Silly Milly is packing her suitcase for a trip. She brings some really strange things . . . and readers figure out the rhyme and reason for Milly's choices. A baseball but not a bat, a hotdog but no bun. What is she thinking?
By picking up the clues, kids can figure out that Silly Milly only packs objects that are compound words!