Book Reviews of Alphabetter

Alphabetter
Alphabetter
Author: Dan Bar-el
ISBN-13: 9781551434391
ISBN-10: 1551434393
Pages: 32
Reading Level: Ages 4-8
Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Book Type: Hardcover
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Reviewed by Me for Kids @ TeensReadToo.com

Twenty-six boys and girls, from Alberto to Zara, have a problem. They each have something someone else wants, and they each need something they don't have. That darn alphabet just isn't cooperating!

Dinah has a doggy bone, but what she really needs is an egg. Louise has a letter, but she really wants a marshmallow. And poor Vladimir has a vase, but he really, really needs a water ski!

Each of them can get what they want, but only if they cooperate and switch the alphabet around! The answer to all of their problems is on the last page, if only they know how to get to the solution.

This is a fun book, and has the added bonus of containing a hidden letter on each page. And believe me, some of these letters are REALLY well hidden! Kids and parents will have to work together--like the children in the story--to find all the hidden letters.
reviewed Alphabetter on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Me for Kids @ TeensReadToo.com

Twenty-six boys and girls, from Alberto to Zara, have a problem. They each have something someone else wants, and they each need something they don't have. That darn alphabet just isn't cooperating!

Dinah has a doggy bone, but what she really needs is an egg. Louise has a letter, but she really wants a marshmallow. And poor Vladimir has a vase, but he really, really needs a water ski!

Each of them can get what they want, but only if they cooperate and switch the alphabet around! The answer to all of their problems is on the last page, if only they know how to get to the solution.

This is a fun book, and has the added bonus of containing a hidden letter on each page. And believe me, some of these letters are REALLY well hidden! Kids and parents will have to work together--like the children in the story--to find all the hidden letters.