Interest Level – 4 Years and Up – Reading Level – 4th Grade and Up

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Gather around for some terrific family fun with letters and words. Are you all set to have a good time? Are you ready to learn? Let’s explore those amazing twenty-six letters of our alphabet using animal poems and facts. We will even throw in some limericks, tongue twisters and alphabet/picture puzzles along the way to make it more interesting.

This book is chock full of fun – 81 graphics – 29 Poems – 20 Limericks – 47 Tongue Twisters – 44 Word/Picture Puzzles – Over 150 fascinating facts about animal group names. Did you know a group of crickets is called an ‘orchestra’?

No matter how young or old you are, you will enjoy listening to these. As your language skills improve, you will have fun reading more of them by yourself. I double dare you to say some of my tongue twisters three times fast! And just wait until you try my alphabet tongue twisters in which EVERY word in the tongue twister starts with the same letter of the alphabet. Phew!

So shift your brain into high gear and let’s pay a visit to the amazing world of AlphaAnimals.


About lenxbob

I was born in 1946 - the first year of the Baby Boomers. For most of my life, I lived in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts - Pittsfield, Richmond and Lenox. I graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst in 1968 with a BS in Mathematics. From 1968-1970, I did a two-year stint in the Peace Corps in the Philippines teaching high school modern mathematics. I later taught for eleven years and then became a computer programmer/analyst and eventually an MIS Director. I currently winter in Florida and summer in upstate NY - with my 37-year-old African Gray Parrot, Little Pete. I enjoy playing piano and guitar as well as painting watercolors. I started writing poetry when I was in my early teens. It has always brought me joy to express my emotions in writing. My poems tend to be quite straightforward. You won't need a dictionary or an encyclopedia to comprehend them. I like my poems to flow easily, and have the reader flow with my thoughts.
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