Title: An Annoying ABC’s
Bibliography: Bottner, B. (2011). An annoying ABC’s. New York, New York: Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Annotation: Adelaide sets off a sequence of bad behavior from the alphabet! Flora is fuming, Kirby is kicking, and Todd is even tumbling! This is an extremely fun alphabet concept book that can help increase vocabulary for young readers!
Genre: Concept Book
Grade Level: K
Readers who will like this book: Young readers, their teachers and their parents will fall in love with this ABC’s concept book. It encompasses a variety of concepts while being an enjoyable read.
Personal Response and rating: 5; this “annoying” ABC’s has made it to the top of my list for concept books for young readers. It’s not only captivating and silly but an effective way to practice onomatopoeias, adjectives and the alphabet.
Question: Who can tell me what onomatopoeia is? Who can give me an example?