We received this book to give an honest review.
A really liked this book especially now that she knows her letters better. She had fun saying the letter and what animal that started with whatever letter. The really liked how when she clicked on a certain letter it brought her to a different letter, to which she responded "wow it changed."
If your child can not read then you can read o them and have them just click on the letter it tells you to. Each letter has a picture that goes with that and when you click on a letter within a word it will take you to a different letter.
For example, G is for giraffe. Did you enjoy yourself? Click on the letter J in enjoy and play on. When when you click on the letter j you end up at the letter and picture J, with another letter to click on.
A had fun doing this though I would not recommend this book at bedtime. Overall a pretty good learning the alphabet book.
Which the author should make sure some of the words are spelled correctly. As the word giraffe was spelled as girrafe.
Ladies, what would you do if I told you that the most handsome man on the whole planet will spend three glorious weeks with YOU at YOUR house? And all you have to do is make yourself a pot of jo, relax in a hammock, and of course slip on something comfy but sexy as well and the best part is you don’t have to be on a reality TV show, or sign up for an adventure cruise that would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s free. It’s hot off the presses. And he is the answer to all of your dreams. Ladies, I give you the one man that can actually make my heart do the tango: Richard Castle and his new book Heat Wave.
Yes, I understand that Richard Castle is a fictitious character in the new hit show Castle that premiers Monday’s at 10pm on ABC, but come on! It’s Nathan Fillion. Who doesn’t like a “rugged, good-looking” man on TV these days, and Nathan Fillion is doing a superb job filling in those shoes, am I right or what? If you have not had the pleasure of seeing the show Castle, then you will need to borrow a friends TV, borrow their cable network and watch every Monday at 10 to understand my feelings (or you can also come into the library, go on YouTube and watch the shows on there for free). If you were fortunate enough to watch Castle, bless you. Still, why the reason of telling you ALL of this when I should be writing about a book that I read?
That famous writer Richard Castle based his novel Heat Wave on the proud, the few, the NYPD.
In Heat Wave, Detective Nikki Heat and journalist Jameson Rook are in charge of investigating the over-the balcony murder of a major Manhattan real-estate developer. As suspects start to pile up, things get a little complicated as people aren’t what they seem, even the victim.
So, how to bottom-line this one?
It’s a who-dunnit, suspenseful storyline with one other overpowering twist to it – romance. The play back and forth between the two characters, Heat and Rook, is fun and unforced, often less predictable than the mystery they’re pursuing.
So come to your local library and follow Heat and Rook through the streets of Manhattan and figure out if the butler did it.
But remember, “It’s like a mystery novel, you don’t just go to the last page do you?”
In this book Miss Spider has a surprise party thrown for her. Each insect who helps throw the party is incorporated with one of the letters of the alphabet. I would use this book in kindergarten and have the students take a letter of the alphabet and color/design it to look like an object or animal that starts with their letter.