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eBook Alphabet Mystery ePub

by Bruce Wood,Audrey Wood

  • ISBN: 0439443377
  • Category: Early Learning
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Bruce Wood,Audrey Wood
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blue Sky Press; 1 edition (September 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 40
  • ePub book: 1224 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1201 kb
  • Other: mbr rtf mobi lit
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 472

Description

I recommend these to all my friends with pre-school age kids.

I recommend these to all my friends with pre-school age kids.

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Alphabet Mystery book. They will love watching Charley's alphabet come alive and it will leave them wondering what happened to the little letter x. The letters set out to find their friend discovering x felt as no one needed him since he is rarely used when making words.

Audrey Wood (born August 12, 1948) was a children's author. She resides in Santa Barbara, California. Wood's first memories of storytelling were in Sarasota, Florida, where her father was employed by Ringling Brothers Circus, commissioned to repaint the big top and sideshow murals. As Audrey became friends with the characters of the circus, she heard stories about them from the family of "little people" who lived next door to her family. She was the first of three girls

Bestselling writer Audrey Wood and artist son Bruce present a second alphabet book with a twist: a fun mystery that will let young readers learn their lower case letters without having to study! Engaging alphabet books are perennial bestsellers with unlimited demand.

Bestselling writer Audrey Wood and artist son Bruce present a second alphabet book with a twist: a fun mystery that will let young readers learn their lower case letters without having to study! Engaging alphabet books are perennial bestsellers with unlimited demand. As in their previous collaboration, the Woods bring lower-case letters to life in a fun adventure.

Book arrived held together by staples writing through out book. com User, February 24, 2006. The book arrived quickly in excellent condition. It is cleverly written with beautiful illustrations. My son adores it! 0. Report. My Son loves this book. com User, July 27, 2005.

The younger Wood's digital illustrations are deliciously crisp and bright. The 3-D-style images pop with detail, giving young readers plenty of opportunity to match letters and objects. Still, it may be a stretch to call this a concept book. They find him in a castle inhabited by the menacing Master M. A little x is just a worthless letter back home, Little x explains to his pals while dancing on a xylophone for the Master’s amusement.

Audrey Wood and her son Bruce Wood created these adorable stories that do just that and inspire our minds to go on even more alphabet adventures. Imagine if your child is playing with letters and creating stories with them how easily it will be for them to remember which ones are which and how they are formed. Trust me they will even remember the difference between b,d, p and q while they manipulate and create with letters from these stories. In the first book, Alphabet Mystery, the little letters worked together to create their first word

Engaging alphabet books are perennial bestsellers with unlimited demand. As in their previous collaboration, the Woods bring lower-case letters to life in a fun adventure. Little x has left, upset he's hardly used, and the other letters set out to find him. They find x playing the castle xylophone for the mysterious Master, capital M, who threatens to turn them into alphabet soup! Some quick thinking by Little x saves the day, and soon they are all on their way home--just in time to make Mom's birthday surprise: a cake with Little x all over. He's the only one who stands for kisses!

Comments

Yllk Yllk
My 3 1/2 year old had no interest in traditional A, B, C books that went through the letters in order and just said words that started with each one. I really wanted her to start recognizing her letters so I began researching other options when I found this book (and the other 2 alphabet books by Audrey Wood). We were already fans of Wood from reading 'The Napping House' and 'Silly Sally' so I felt confident these wouldn't disappoint. Alphabet mystery is my daughter's favorite of the three alphabet books by Wood. She loves the story and recognizes all the main letters now, even outside of reading the story. Since buying this and the other alphabet books by Wood a month ago, my daughter has finally begun to recognize many letters both upper and lower case. I recommend these to all my friends with pre-school age kids.
Delagamand Delagamand
I bought this for my daughter who was learning upper and lower case letters in preschool. I found it to be a great teaching tool. She likes the story so would ask for it to be read again and again. Then we could discuss the lower case letters and their sounds as we read. I particularly like the part where the letters pick out a gift, and each gift starts with the letter who picked it. Clever story and fun way to teach lower case letters!
Mora Mora
This is a great book for children who are learning or have just learned their alphabet. Cute story with lots of learning!
Arlelond Arlelond
This is a marvelous book for children learning their lower case letters. The concept of a mystery is clear and easy to then apply to any lost toys. The capital I and M can become bad guys just by reading their lines in a different voice. Adults will enjoy reading this book over and over again to the delight of their child. If Mom's birthday is coming, or has recently passed, the story will be very meaningful. The illustrations are beautiful and the text is clear and concise. A wonderful book for any young child.
Jothris Jothris
My 4 year old loves this book. We have to read it regularly at bedtime. It is cutely written. Great way to learn the alphabet! I could see 3-5 year olds enjoying it, possibly slightly older.
Camper Camper
My 3 year old son loves this book. He has already learned his uppercase letters, so this book is great for teaching the lowercase letters that he is still quite unfamiliar with. The story is very cute, and he is hooked on it! We checked this one (along with Alphabet Adventure and Alphabet Rescue) out at our local library and he loved it so much that we bought them.

I would highly recommend this book (and the other two!) to anyone with preschool/kindergarten children.
Sorryyy Sorryyy
Wow, what a wonderful way to make my 4 year old loves alphabets! Learning and writing are fun for him now, especially since all the alphabets become alive. I cannot thank Audrey Wood enough.
My son loves this book and read that over and over.