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Alphabet Angel to the Rescue Paperback – December 1, 2010
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are easy to relate to and fun to read. Each one emphasizes a different letter
of the alphabet. The children enjoy sharing the lessons of the alphabet angel
and using the new vocabulary words. They look forward to the next letter story
I found this book to be contagious with its purpose, to draw a child's curiosity to the affect of a guardian angel. A review of the authors biography, shows her attachment to family values, which she expresses very well in the book The book cover showing the "ABC affect", seems to serve as a magnet to create interest for the child who is in their formative years of reading. Especially where the author provides a glossary explaining the words used to challenge the child. Since the alphabet is one of the basic skills a child learns; the book begins with a letter affected theme and generates a curiosity for the child to turn the page. From a spiritual prospective, the lesson learned from each alphabetical parable, bolsters a Christian faith in the child.
The author very nicely creates a recipe of (1) attraction,
(2) interest, (3) vocabulary enhancement, (4) graphics and
(5) down to earth lessons in faith ,to which a child can easily relate.
I would certainly recommend this book as mandatory reading for children in their formative years.
Dan & Ginger B
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an excellent resource for all children. Little children can enjoy the stories as they learn their abc's while older children can enrich their vocabulary with each story. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by León Cordova
This is a charming book of stories that my kids love. I love seeing their reactions to the stories as I get to the morals of each story, especially the ones they can really relate... Read morePublished on December 18, 2010 by Sarah Williams