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Play with 'a' and 't'

From the Set Alphabet Books

A brief tale emphasizing the uses of the letters 'a' and 't' in various words.

Format List Price Your Price Qty
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 2
Reading Level Grade 1
Dewey E
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level J
Language English
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Number of Pages
Graphics Full-color illustrations

A noteworthy review of New Sound Box Books from Midwest Book Review on January 1, 1994

Welcome to the wonderful world of the Alphabet Books, where children from kindergarten to second grade will enjoy the show as individual letters come center stage and become ‘stars’ in their own playlets. Each book ‘stars’ two different letters who perform a scenario, while inviting other letters to play along. As the vowels join together with various consonants, they build familiar three-and-four-letter words that combine to form a fun-to-read story. This delightful series is sure to win rave reviews in the classroom and are ideal for home schooling programs. The artwork is highly colorful and the text is easy-to-read in large print, thus helping children see and understand the magical relationship between letters and words. The five book series consists of Play with ‘a’ and ‘t’; Play with ‘e ’ and ’d’; Play with ‘i’ and ‘g’; Play with ‘o’ and ‘g’; and Play with ‘u’ and ‘g’.

Author: Jane Belk Moncure

Throughout her teaching and writing career, best-selling author Jane Belk Moncure has written over 300 books. She earned a Master's degree from Columbia University in Early Childhood Education and subsequently became one of the pioneers in this field. In 1956, she helped form the Virginia Association for Early Childhood Education, which established the first statewide standards for teachers of young children. Her books, inspired by her work in the classroom, have become standards in primary education, and her name is recognized across the country. Her success is reflected not only in her books' popularity with parents, children, and educators, but also by numerous awards, including the 1984 C. S. Lewis Gold Medal Award.

Illustrator: Colin King