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Dr. Seuss's ABC by Dr. Seuss
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Sep 08, 12

bookshelves: five-picture-books
Read in September, 2012

Dr. Seuss books are classic. This book copyrighted in 1963 is a great beginner book for any child. The book is easy to follow and gives great Alphabet teaching, such as showing the upper case letters as well as the lower case letters, with each letter in the alphabet and tells several words that start with that letter. To go along with the words, the illustrations are well thought out and are very literal, which is great for beginning readers. I liked the illustrations in the book because they jump out at you and go beyond the reading passage. The book also flows very well and could be put into music, so that the children can get a hands on experience when teaching the alphabet to children.
I think the book would go well with a kindergarten classroom, as well as up to 2nd grade classroom when they are learning how to spell and learning to understand things a little better. The concept would be much different but the book would still work well in helping to read.
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