What are the best thesaurus books for beginner writers?

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    #1Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Part 1)

    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Part 1)

    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus is the first part of the phrase thesaurus series written by Sybrina Durant. It was released in January 2013. It is designed for amateur and early English speakers.


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    Rakesh Khan
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Even though I don't generally buy thesauruses (what else is the internet for?) I ended up picking out this book for my trips into the mountains where I don't have much of a signal. I recommend it for traveling writers since you don't always know where you're going to end up. "
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    #2Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus

    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus
    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus: Physical Attributes is a guidebook written by Sybrina Durant. It was released in 2013. It is about how writers can improve skills in description, especially for physical attributes.

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    #3Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Vol. 4)

    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Vol. 4)

    Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus: Earth Views is a guidebook written by Sybrina Durant. It was released in 2013. It is about the different phrases to describe land shapes. It also has different phrases for colors.


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    Wendy Lee
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Great book for basic phrase! Especially if words escape you because you're stressed out about writing, or if you're new to the language! This handy little tool helps give you a step up! "
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    #4Children's Writer's Word Book

    Children's Writer's Word Book

    Children's Writer's Word Book is a guidebook for children written by Alijandra Mogilner. It was released in 2006. It is about how children can express themselves using different words that are appropriate and politically correct.


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    Ao Zou
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Mogliner's book, though suggested for children, is also helpful for aspiring writers of all ages and most target audiences to use as a reference for checking they are using the appropriate language for their audience's taste and reading abilities. It is not, however, a thesaurus or a substitute thesaurus. I give it good marks but not exceptional."
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    #5The Describer's Dictionary

    The Describer's Dictionary

    The Describer's Dictionary: A Treasury of Terms & Literary Quotations is a book written by David Grambs. it was first released on August 17, 1995. It is about finding the right word to describe an object.


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    Jacob Gonzalez
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "The Dictionary concern itself with the observable, from shapes to buildings to human beings. "Referably" organized, the book uses a handy reverse, definition-to-term format that makes it easy to zero in on the term you're seeking. For example, look up "Noses" to find "aquiline," "leptorrhine," and "snub-nosed." And as an inspiration to any writer―showing how it's done by the best―hundreds of colorful and evocative descriptive passages from such diverse authors as Dickens, Darwin, and Updike appear on facing pages, making this a singularly and richly different kind of reference book. The craft of description lives in literature, conversation, journalism, and personal letters. For help in painting pictures with the English language, The Desciber's Dictionary is one of the most indispensable reference tools you can own."
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    #6Writing in a Visual Age

    Writing in a Visual Age
    Writing in a Visual Age is a guidebook written by Lee Odell and Susan M. Katz. It was first released in 2005. It is about the modern practices in writing.

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    Paul Stanley
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "This is an excellent little book for beginner writers, if you aren't sure where to start or you might think it's too hard to get going in the current year with everything being so visual based then give this a shot. The author does a great job breaking down some basics of writing that are required to both get noticed and succeed in the current market and they give some great advice so you can avoid making the same mistakes that so many young writers make."
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    #7Young Writer's Thesaurus

    Young Writer's Thesaurus

    Young Writer's Thesaurus is a guidebook published by Merriam-Webster. It was released in June 1990. It has a list of synonyms and antonyms for English words.


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    Nicholas Obrien
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "I was looking for a decent thesaurus for my nephew, who is just beginning to write in junior high school, and found Mirriam-Webster's Young Writer's Thesarus online. I looked through it, it seemed to do a good job of presenting antonyms and synonyms, so I bought it. He seems happy with it and says it's helping him with his papers, so I consider it a good purchase."
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    #8Writer's Thesaurus

    Writer's Thesaurus

    Writer's Thesaurus is a guidebook authored by Scott Foresman. It was released in January 2001. It is designed for beginners in English writing and reading.


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    Pranav Chauhan
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "I purchased this book to use with my child when I noticed how bad their school's English curriculum was and found it quite helpful. During holiday breaks I have my kid take breaks from playing to do mini book reports for about half an hour, and using this thesaurus has improved the synonyms they use in a very short time."


Best What are the best thesaurus books for beginner writers
1Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Part 1)Books 10 Paid
2Sybrina's Phrase ThesaurusBooks 8 Paid
3Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus (Vol. 4)Books 6 Paid
4Children's Writer's Word BookBooks 5 Paid
5The Describer's DictionaryBooks 4 Paid
6Writing in a Visual AgeBooks 3 Paid
7Young Writer's ThesaurusBooks 2 Paid
8Writer's ThesaurusBooks 1 Paid

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