Best New Alphabet Books

I love alphabet books, for all ages of children. They’re a unique opportunity to learn letter sounds as well as consider words, categorizing, and genre writing.  Here are a few of my favorite alphabet books from 2010.


Alphabet Books A Long Piece of String illustrated by William Wondriska Chronicle Books, 2010 picture book

A quiet red and a long string take you on a journey through illustrator William Wondriska’s alphabet.  Simply beautiful, you’ll find this alphabet book to be a wonderful opportunity for dialog as you discover what the next letter’s drawing will be. No words, only images, you’ll want this alphabet book in your collection. Want to see more, watch below.

A Long Piece of String

WIN a copy of A Long Piece of String by commenting below. For details about extra entries, check the end of this post.

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WIN: T is for Tiara: A Princess Alphabet by Catherine Ipcizade Capstone Press, 2010 picture book

I love this alphabet book and so do my kids! The full page photos and illustrations make this alphabet book engaging. When I went to the website, I found more in this non-fiction series like H is for Honk, C is for Cake, and J is for Jingle-Bells.

To win T is for Tiara – comment on my Facebook fan page.

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Wild Animal An A to Zoo Pop Up by Dan Green Kingfisher, 2010 pop up book
Don’t be scared by these wild animals who will pop up on each page! Kingfisher does a great job with pop-ups – I think you’ll love this fun alphabet book as much as me. Alphabet Books

LMNO Peas by Keith Baker Beach Lane Books, 2010 picture book

A unique twist on the traditional alphabet book – Keith Baker uses peas as characters and illustrates careers for each letter of the alphabet. FUN!

CONTEST EXTRA ENTRIES: For extra entries for A Long Piece of String, Like Imagination Soup on Facebook, Tweet this contest: RT @imaginationsoup: Book Week Best New Alphabet Books http://bit.ly/cz2SKO , or email 3 friends. For every one you do, please leave a separate comment with the details. Good luck!

Contest runs through October 31, 2010. USA and Canada only.

Comments

  1. Hollie says

    Thank you for hosting the giveaway! The book looks interesting…I also love that there aren’t words because I’m trying to show my 3 year old that he can “read” and enjoy books on his own during quiet time now.

  2. Denice says

    We teach our scholars there are three ways to read a book: read the pictures, read the words, or retell the story. This would be wonderful in a responsible independent workstation.

  3. says

    Congratulations to Suzy – random.org picked you as the winner.

    This was such a popular post, I think you’re telling me you would like more picture book giveaways so I’m listening and will do it.

    I love all my readers, especially those of you who comment so often. Thank you!

    Melissa

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