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JOURNAL 45 -Stylization of the Storybook. Identify the hyperboles and similes in the passage below. Then write your own passage of hyperboles and similes to describe your character and/or setting. In a house the size of a postage stamp lived Frankie, a frog as big as a barge.

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JOURNAL 45

-Stylization of the Storybook

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Identify the hyperboles and similes in the passage below. Then write your own passage of hyperboles and similes to describe your character and/or setting.

In a house the size of a postage stamp lived Frankie, a frog as big as a barge.

His mouth could drink the entire river. You could say it was rather large.

For dinner he would eat a trillion flies and a river full of gnats, washed it down with a tanker of algae juice as if he were a drain.

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Identify the alliteration, personification, and parallel structure in the passage below. Then write your own passage to describe a situation involving your character using alliteration, personification, and parallel structure.

Frankie the Frog whistled his way down the desert’s dusty road. He halted when suddenly he saw what stood before him: a nest of nightingales making knobs, a bunch of broncos building bricks,a herd of hyenas hammering a house, and a group of geckos growing some gardenias.