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Surreal alphabet adventure
on 30 June 2003
When Mog misbehaves at Debbie's birthday party, she skulks away in disgrace and falls asleep under the table. Her dreams lead us on a surreal journey through the alphabet, but all ends well when she awakes in time for Debbie's birthday trip to the zoo.
This is a great alternative to the usual 'A is for apple, B is for ball' type of alphabet books. The story keeps children involved and encourages frequent reading, whilst the wonderful illustrations mean that a number of unfamiliar words are painlessly absorbed into the child's vocabulary.