Hey, parents! If you're looking for a challenging book for your young reader, the next step after the simple, "A is for Apple," then this may be the book for you.
This isn't merely an ABC book. It's a resource. It's a book you and your child can discuss as they read. Sure, the metered rhyme helps your child's development, but the real treasure of this alphabet book for kids is content that reaches back a hundred or so years to a time before the 140-character Twitter attention span.
Each one of the 26 letters of the English Alphabet in this book contain at least three or four other words beginning with the showcased letter. Although it is not exhaustive, vowels contain more than one or two pronunciations of the letter. Likewise, the consonants have examples of letters which differ in sound. This allows you and your child to consider and explore other words with phonetic variations of the same letter.
Most of the names used in this ABC book typically contain more than one letter. Here is an example:
A is for ALICIA.
Alicia is Astounding.
She loves Assisting mom;
And cooks Anchovy omelets
With her best Apron on.
Of the few exceptions to having two of the same letters in the name, you can use it as an exercise for your child so they can discover which names have been excluded from the rule.
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