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Tomorrow's Alphabet by George Shannon
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Oct 25, 2008

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bookshelves: alphabet, picture-books
Read in October, 2008

This is an alphabet book for children who have moved beyond “A is for apple” and are ready for “a is for seed – tomorrow’s apple.” Each page introduces a letter and an object that will turn into something else, such as “M is for caterpillar – tomorrow’s moth.” The illustrations are naturalistic and accompanied by clear, bold text, making this a good choice for a beginning reader or for children being introduced to how things grow and change and interested in identifying the before and after objects. Using prediction and identification could make this work well for a story time or a classroom as well as browsing for fun.

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