Favorite books: the Alphabet

There are entirely way too many books to recommend, give 5 stars, gush over, love–in just one post. So let this be the beginning of a series of posts that can extol the merits of some of the greatest finds, the perfect fit, and the never-stops-being-amazing books for your classroom.

First up is so hard to pick–the first sets the tone. So let’s start with a list.

I started my career in kindergarten. One of the biggest standards and most critical learning goal: the alphabet–letters, sounds, and vocabulary. So, naturally, I have a long list of alphabet books.

The following are some of my favorite alphabet books:

  • A is for Angry by Sandra Boynton
  • A is for Salad by Mike Lester
  • A is for ?: A Photographer’s Alphabet of Animals by Henry Horenstein
  • Animalia—Graeme Base
  • Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr.
  • K is for Kissing a Cool Kangaroo by Giles Andreae
  • My Name is  . . .  by Alice Lyne
  • The Absolutely Awful Alphabet by Mordicai Gerstein
  • The Z was Zapped by Chris Van Allsburg
  • Superhero ABC by Bob McLeod

 

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