I thought this was a very clever idea for a book.
So words that should have E now have O, making for some fun reading (while teaching younger kids how letters go together to form words).
There are so many little jokes that older kids and adults will love picking up on, while younger children will enjoy the story.
This book extremely witty and entertaining. My 7 year old son loves it! It can be read over and over.Published 2 months ago by Spring Blessing
My 8-year-old bought this book after she saw it in her Scholastic catalog. It's a charming tale about a house full of letters. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ellie B.
i am sure your kids will enjoy it as much as my kids do! a delightful reading experience for preschool children!Published 8 months ago by Dvorah M., Spero
We are Tom Lichtenheld fans, completely, but this is one of our favourites! The detail he goes to in writing these is amazing! Very creative and funny, and our kids all love it! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ireland Mom
All the letters live together in one house. "Y" asks too many questions. "Z" is always sleepy. "P" always has to go to the bathroom. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Paul J. Curley
This book was a gift from my sister (a teacher) and we plan to give this copy to our son's 2nd grade class. It is extremely clever and funny for all audiences of any age. Read morePublished 18 months ago by TMF
The letter 'E' is injured so the other letters step in to take his place in a variety of words so that 'E' can "rost up and got bottor". Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sara M
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to sharing it with my students. It will be useful for those children who can spell and understand spelling humor.Published 20 months ago by Pazit Abramowicz
This was a great book to read to my pre-reader and my new reader. Both children know their letters and my new reader saw that some words were (purposely) spelled wrong. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Katydid