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The reader is introduced to Kipper and his friend Arnold who find an ant which they put into a box. They then go in search of other things to go into the box and work their way through the alphabet. This is much more than just an alphabet book.
Children will enjoy Kipper and Arnold's search. Each page has the continuation of the story and a capital and small letter and words that begin with that letter. The layout of the pages is imaginative and varied and children will delight in reading this book and finding the words that begin with each letter. The attention to detail is brilliant as the word buzzzzzzz stretches across the page after the bee and the ant makes a reappearance later on in the alphabet. The Zebra makes several appearances, desperate to be included, but he is told it is not his turn yet!
Kipper's A to Z would be invaluable to anyone who is helping their child to learn the alphabet and letter sounds and the text means that it will still be read long after children have mastered the alphabet. This book would be suitable for 4-7 year olds and it deserves a place on every bookshelf and is sure to become a battered well-loved book. --Amanda York --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
What a wonderful book with beautiful illustrations.
One to hang onto, and treasure.
And kids LOVE Kipper!!!
My son loved this book.Published 3 months ago by I have a stalker called Alison Priest from Solihull
Really pleased with the Kipper Collection and the A to Z. My daughter will love them as will any Kipper fan. Read morePublished on 28 Nov 2011 by Jerseybcfc
My 3yr old and 1yr old are always reading, we love Kipper but this is the best!. All the adults who read it laugh out loud and it is a proper story not just letters on each pagePublished on 20 Jan 2011 by VixC
This is the best alphabet book I have come across. It stands out in two ways.
1) It is written in the form of a story, so is interesting in itself. Read more
Excellent book for pre-school learning of the alphabet with the added fun of finding a character on each page. We have spent many happy hours and bought further copies for gifts.Published on 18 Mar 2010 by blackcat