Puncs make a mark

7th January 2005 at 00:00
Henrietta Hyphen-Hyphen, Quentin Question Mark and Alec Apostrophe are only three of The Puncs. These fictionalised punctuation marks appear in a series of friendly books for children of 6-plus. Each of them is involved in activities illustrating their work - Fergus Full Stop is both policeman and goalkeeper, making sure that the stream of traffic and the flow of footballs don't get out of hand. Each of the seven books in the series costs pound;4.99. More information from Compass Books at Portfolio Books.

Tel: 020 8997 9000 www.portfoliobooks.com

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