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Auntie Helen’s Alphabet Book

Twist turn to learn.

An alphabet book supported by tongue twisters. Each alphabet has a sentence formed with the same letter. For example, the book represents the letter M in capital and small letters. Along with hand-drawn monkey pictures and a sentence describing the scene, ‘Many monkeys may make more mess’. The author follows a similar style across the alphabet.



We picked this book for its blurb. The book definitely comes up with a twist to learning the alphabet. Young children may find it interesting to learn the alphabet with a tongue twister. The illustrations are basic and work well for the book theme.



Auntie Helen’s Alphabet Book by Helen Robertson offers an interesting way to learn the alphabet for young children. The tongue twister will make it a fun read-aloud activity.






Originally published: 2022

Author: Helen Robertson

Illustrator: Helen Robertson



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