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  • Title: Alphabears: An ABC Book
  • Author: Kathleen Hague Michael Hague
  • ISBN: 9780805062083
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Board Book

  • In Alphabears, twenty six huggable teddies help teach children the letters of the alphabet A is for Amanda, a good teddy bearWho carries sweet apples everywhere Michael Hague s warm, detailed paintings complement Kathleen Hague s happy, rhyming texts Even the youngest of readers will treasure and learn from these two charming concept books.
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    Commentaires:

    Jensine Foley
    This is a great book for young children. This book introduces the letters of the alphabet using different bears throughout. I feel that this would keep young children intrigued.

    Eva Leger
    For an ABC book this stands out IMO. Most of the time the ABC books we've read have really only been for babies - babies who don't know their ABC's.There's a BookList blurb on the back that mentions this being for "all ages" and I agree. It was enjoyable even for me and I've known my ABC's for quite some time now.I also agree that most bear collectors would find this a nice addition to any collection.Some of the names the Hague's came up with are different also, they didn't just use the most com [...]

    Heather
    This alphabet book has a different strategy than the others I've looked at so far--each page has a little rhyme about a teddy bear whose name starts with that letter. The illustrations are highly detailed and look like a combination of line drawings with heavy water color. Rhyming seems to be a common thing in alphabet books, but I think this one would keep kids coming back due to the added interest of the characters with very distinct personalities. X is kind of a cop out, though ("X is the way [...]

    Laura Verret
    In Alphabears we meet a host of different bears – twenty-six to be exact! – whose names each start with a different letter of the alphabet. That’s right – even Quimbly makes an appearance! (Although, the bear at X remains nameless and merely marks his place with the letter.)The bears are a rather ragtag bunch and all have an old fashioned hum-tiddley-dum feel abou them. Most of them are quite cute, but a few… well, let’s say that a few look as though they’ve been wrung through with [...]

    Nancy
    This ABC book represents the alphabet by giving teddy bears names that correspond with the different letters. Normally this kind of book doesn’t impress me—it’s pretty easy to come up with 26 names. However, the lovely watercolor illustrations make up for it—also, the antics of the teddy bears are really cute.

    Alicia
    This is such a cute little book that incorporates alphabet letters and adorable bears. I especially like that they don't try to force letter "X" to work the way the other letters do. Nakyla really likes all the bears.

    Jordan Lombard
    My most favorite children's book in the entire world. I've read this book so many times I can't count. My Dad read it to me so many times he had it memorized. The words are beautiful, and the illustrations are just out of this world gorgeous!

    Rachel
    I have the copy of this book that Great Aunt Peggy gave my mom for her baby shower, and I read it to Charlie. So this book means a lot to me lovely pictures and cute rhymes to go through the alphabet.

    MJ
    Cute.

    Sally
    Love the pictures! Love the rhymes!

    Sally
    We read this book into tatters when my older kids were younger. Love Hague's illustrations.

    Robin
    A must for any little kiddo's bookshelf!

    Catherine Woodman
    We have a dozen alphabet books, and while as a grown up I was not impressed--the pictures are quite cute, and the kids love it--the cover wear speaks for itself.

    Kelly Risinger
    outdated artwork but good for teaching alliteration and poem rhymesHague. K. (1984). Alphabears: An abc book. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

    PaulHankins
    Another classic ABC book for our unit on Categorization and Classification in Room 407. This one is from the mid-80s.

    Teri
    Sweet book with darling illustrations. I love the rhymes also. So cute! Thank-you Sally.

    Beth
    All letters have names except x.

    Melissa
    This book is sweet and would be enjoyable to younger children. Would work well in a preschool or story time alongside an activity that incorporates the children's names who are present.

    Tricia
    viv enjoyed the different bears, one for each letter of the alphabet.

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