A Is For Apple
ISBN: 158925872X
EAN13: 9781589258723
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 6, 2011
Pages: 26
Dimensions: 0.63" H x 8.27" L x 5.83" W
Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

This innovative, interactive trace-and-flip book introduces children to the alphabet and first words. Features letter tracks to trace with a finger to learn letter formation, as well as flaps to lift, and bright, bold illustrations.

This unique, innovative trace-and-flip book offers an engaging new way for children to discover letters and first words Young readers can trace each capital letter by following the tracks with a finger to learn the shape of the letter. A colorful lift-the-flap on every sturdy board page highlights a first word that begins with the featured letter. To reinforce learning, caregivers are encouraged to help children trace each letter as they say its name and make its sound; point to each picture while reading the words; and practice hand-eye coordination as they lift the flap on each page.

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   Great for children with short attention span
My son has a short attention span after losing all of his skills. By the grace of Christ, they're coming back but he doesn't focus much on it unless he wants to do something. He doesn't care for books no matter how much I read them, and he didn't want to do this book. He got to the letter U before he started to lose interest. We were able to get through the entire book in one session. That is a new record! We don't get far with other pop up books, but I recommend this and the numbers version. He liked tracing the letters, but he wanted to open the doors. When we trace the letter, he can open the door.
   Excellent book for developing confidence in letters and reading.
Gave it as a gift to a little boy so he could read it to his sister. This book is very good. It helped him learn how to write better, it has flaps that they can open and say what each letter is for. I read the book to him first so he could see how I traced the letters and pictures. He had to memorize the outline of the book so that he could read it. He is able to build confidence in reading by using hints. He learns to read by teaching his sister how to read. Purchase a great book.
   I recommend this book for a toddler. Fun and easy way to introduce letters
The book is cute. My toddler loves tracing. It's a good way to teach how to write the alphabet.
   love it
I love this book for my child. It's a great way to learn about letters and how to write them. I purchased a second copy for my nephew.
   Great but
The media couldn't load. My 18 month old is very interested in letters. It's great for the price but I wish they'd picked something else for me instead of ice cream. It could be fixed by putting another picture on it.
   See picture.
It is a great concept and good quality. I am not happy with some of the images or words chosen for the letters due to more than a few not making sense, being obviously incorrect, or a poorly chosen picture for the word to be used. A picture of what a 1 year old knows to be a Chicken is an example ofhen. It would have been appropriate. This is one of many issues like it. It's a good book but too confusing for first words.
   Well made, good concept, some weird choices for pictures
This is a good book for learning the alphabet. The groves are deep and nice for tracing letters. There are two drawings on each page, one on top and one underneath. The images are simple to look at. My son likes to read the book and then take a picture. Some of the pictures are a bit stretched. A peanut is half out of its shell. The jet is a large commercial airliner, and the orange is a grapefruit. There are a lot of confusing pictures that slow him down. It's still worth the money.
   Quality and interactive
My one year old loves the book and it will stay relevant as she learns how to write letters.
   Inside the book there are tears.
When I opened the book, it had two tears in it. A book is new or used.
   I love this book!
The book is an awesome edition to my virtual classroom and I'm an online ESL teacher. The kids love it!