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Perfection !Wonderful nonsense by Lear and gorgeous illustrations by Carol Newsom. 🐭 🐭 🐭
Personal Reaction- I like this book because it is entertaining and also has a lot of potential to be used in the classroom. I think kids would also enjoy this book.Purposes:Read aloud to K-1st grade students-enrichment and enjoyment due to the story-illustrations are engaging and keep attention on the pageCurriculum: read aloud-this would be helpful when teaching the alphabet because it is based on the alphabet -this is also a good book to help students with rhyming wordsThis book has a lot of p...
Target Audience: 3-7This visually stimulating, and sometimes overwhelming book details the alphabet on each page using tongue-twisting rhymes. Overall fun read, this book could definitely be used in the classroom as a way to both practice the alphabet as well as practice decoding difficult or unknown words. Furthermore, the illustrations are so unique from page to page children will enjoy looking at them and perhaps even comparing and contrasting as they go.
Fun read aloud for kids learning their alphabet. Delightful illustrations from Radunsky, as ever.
I was underwhelmed by the repetitive, silly rhymes and the colorful vintage illustrations.
The book discusses the different letters of the alphabet. A, for example, is an apple pie. The author then tells all of the things that rhyme with that word even if the words are made up. D is for doll so the author rhymes doll with dolly wolly polly, etc. The author switches between animals and objects to teach children the alphabet. The book is very creative and the rhyming is great for grabbing children's attention and helping them remember their alphabet. The author goes through the whole al...
The letters are drawn too artistically for a young person trying to learn them. But yet, they are inconsistent in their font. For example, one letter will be swirly and pretty (too much so) and another too block. The drawings were good but that is about it.
A real 'whale' of a tale.
This is a good book for children learning the alphabet and learning how to read. It is a rhyming alphabet book.