Each book in the Alphabet Aliens series is its own adventure, focusing on a unique alien character and a particular letter of the alphabet: Alphie has an anteater whoʼs allergic to apples; Bebe was born to bounce, but not on the bed; and Coco can change color, just like her pet chameleon and anteater.
The books are great to read aloud and have the added educational benefit of phonetic alliteration and the introduction of a few challenging but fun new words. There’s a guide to “tricky words” in the back of each book.
The books have bold retro illustrations and are small enough to be easily thrown in a bag or even a pocket.
These books are really so cute and awesome. The first 3 books in the series feature the phonetic alliterative adventures of Alphie, Bebe and Coco! This series is out of this World and will introduce your children to lots of fun, new words and adorable divers characters! The new book series is designed for children ages 4 and up, though slightly younger children will definitely enjoy them as well.
These adorable little alien books were written by authors Julie White and Susie Preston and brought to life by illustrator Amber Whitney. Teaching children sight recognition as they see the letter used over and over, sound recognition as they listen to each word read in the story, and word association as they hear many familiar words that begin with that letter throughout the story. I really loved reading these to my nephew Miguel, he even tried reading along with me.
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