Flip a Word Colorful Early Reader Books

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Flip a Word Books (*affiliate link) from Blue Apple Books are the most enticing early readers – colorful, bold, and absolutely perfect for learning to read and learning word families.

I love that each book focuses on three word families. The pages have a bright and bold illustrations matched with one or two words. But, the best part? Many pages have peek-through! Can you tell from these photos?

I adore these books.

ADORE!

The word families in Pig Wig are “ig,” “ug,” and “at”.

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The word families in Stop Popare “op”, “un” and “an”.

The word families in Snow Bow are “eet” “ate” and “ow”.

I found these at the library first; bought them all second. And, there are more . . . Snake Cake, Crab Cab, Quack Shack, and Wet Pet.

What do you think?

Don’t you just want to read a Flip a Word book right now!?

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  • http://www.sibleyweb.wordpress.com Laurie

    I’m in love with these, too! Thanks for sharing.

  • Megan

    These books look fantastic! I just requested a few from my library and look forward to checking them out with my little book-lover. Thanks for sharing!

  • Robin

    Bright and beautiful! Wonderful word families for early readers.

  • heather speaks

    these are adorable…

  • donna chong

    awesome looking little books..would be a lot of fun for the new reader

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  • http://www.smalltypes.com Erin @ Small Types

    I didn’t know about these! Thank you! I’ll try these asap with my beginning reader.

  • http://www.brimfulcuriosities.com Janelle

    We checked out Pig Wig from the library. Love the graphic design of the books in this series. Very bold, very eye-catching. Thanks for adding your post to the I Can Read Carnival.