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Tomorrow's Alphabet (Mulberry Books) Paperback – April 27, 1999
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't get the concept of teaching children that A is not for apple, but a is for seed. How in the world is that supposed to make sense or teach a child. I may be old fashioned or a bit out of it but this new way of learning is not something I am comfortable with nor ever will be. I prefer to stick with methods that have worked for over a century and my children will learn A is for apple
I wouldn't waste your money on this book. .
Still, even with the slightly novel approach, the book is pretty straightforward. Example and tomorrow example are given on opposite pages of the same spread (so you can see the answer before you guess it, if you like), and the language follows a careful pattern: $LETTER is for $NOUN, tomorrow's $OTHER NOUN.
The artwork is well-done and - in a little touch I'm *very happy with* - it's inclusive. There are six people shown in this book (well, two people, one person on a raisin box, two sets of hands, and a foot) and these people (and hands and foot) come in a variety of skin tones. Just like the children reading this book do. If you don't spend your time trying to find books with people that look like your own loved ones, or like your own students, you probably don't know what a big deal this is. But it IS. Children deserve to see themselves reflected in their books. Not all the time, but at least SOMEtimes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book was in wonderful condition. I was glad to see it was not wrinkled. It's one of my favorite books.Published 3 months ago by Karen
What a cute book! Definitely higher level, too. Would be great for a gifted/talented student to really get them thinking!Published 5 months ago by Suzie Q
I love this book! It is what I use for an icebreaker on the first day of school for my middle school students. Read morePublished 23 months ago by sheri kisselbach
Great spin on regular A-Z books ... I read & talked about once all were comfortable doing regular letters easily .Published on June 18, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This book, nicely illustrated, tweaks our rote way of reading/thinking, a nice brain exercise for kids And parents,plus provides the unexpected in an ABC book.Published on August 8, 2012 by migrant777
A great book for keeping the attention of pre-school age children.
My students loved guessing what the next page might bring.
Our 16-month-old son really enjoys this book. I'm surprised because the pictures are not very vibrant, but he does like them. Read morePublished on October 13, 2011 by J. Kaneshiro
I like using this book with school-age beginner ELLs. The text is sparse and doesn't overwhelm them. Read morePublished on June 27, 2010 by Ana Lado