‘Granny Annie’s Ultimate Alphabet’ story titles are formatted to use a name, an adjective and a noun. (Verbs are covered here too).
A title example, “Wally the Wobbling Wellington”.
Here we have the name (Wally), the adjective (Wobbling) and the noun (Wellington). To summarise.
Names: we all have one so will skip the obvious.
Adjectives: Adjectives are descriptive words about a person, an animal, a thing, or a thought. It tells you something about it (the noun).
Nouns: A noun can tell you who or what it is. A noun is ‘a something’. It’s a word that identifies something like a person, a place, an idea or a thing.
Verbs: Verbs are used to describe an action ‘Billy ate an apple’. An occurrence ‘Billy decided to swim’. Or a state of being ‘Billy went to the shop.’