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This alphabet book has the (dubious) honor of having a paragraph for each letter with words (so many words) beginning with the later. Illustrations are ok.
Okay, this book is a little bit exhausting to read. It's a series of alliterative vignettes, loosely connected by a skywriting aardvark. (Please, don't ask.) They're... long. Funny, hilarious, uproarious - but long.As an example, let's take a look at X, which is pretty short because, y'know, X."Xerxes Ox excused Rex from the exercise exhibition by the six expert executives after he became exhausted from excessive exertion."I know, you think 26 letters of that isn't too bad, right? P is twice as
I liked this book because it had a ton of great vocabulary words in it. Each page tells a story using mainly words that start with the letter featured on that page. I really enjoyed many of the word choices. It's so important (in my humble opinion) to expose children to interesting vocabulary. I wish I could give you examples, but I gave it back to the library last week, so unfortunately I can't. (Sorry.)Good book to read to 2-6 year olds.
Not your typical alphabet book, Steven Kellog with his beautiful, detailed watercolors tells zany stories using each letter of the alphabet. His use of language is both creative and silly. This is a good book highlighting alliteration for every letter of the alphabet.
This is the best alliteration book I've come across, bar none.