A B C I Like Me!

A B C I Like Me Nancy Carlson s cheerful pig is back in this vibrant ABC companion book to the best selling I Like Me and she s brought along a few friends to join her The letters of the alphabet are illustrated with

  • Title: A B C I Like Me!
  • Author: Nancy Carlson
  • ISBN: 9780140564853
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nancy Carlson s cheerful pig is back in this vibrant ABC companion book to the best selling I Like Me and she s brought along a few friends to join her The letters of the alphabet are illustrated with brightly colored, action packed pictures and are accompanied by read along text Introduce children to the alphabet and reinforce positive self esteem with the lovable chaNancy Carlson s cheerful pig is back in this vibrant ABC companion book to the best selling I Like Me and she s brought along a few friends to join her The letters of the alphabet are illustrated with brightly colored, action packed pictures and are accompanied by read along text Introduce children to the alphabet and reinforce positive self esteem with the lovable characters of ABC I Like Me.

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    1. Not as engaging as I would have liked for my 5 yr old, but my twin two year olds who are learning their alphabet loved it! So for preschool, I think it's good. Nice colorful pictures, although they're too young to appreciate the alliteration quite yet.

    2. This book is short and sweet. It can be used to teach the alphabet and ways to feel positive and good about yourself. Each page has a word that describes the main character in the book and the first letter is bold and in a different color to put an emphasis on that letter of the alphabet.

    3. • Interest Level: Lower Grades• Reading Level: 1.5• Guided Reading Level: H• Genre: Picture Books• Support for the genre: Each picture illustrates a letter of the alphabet and the emphasis word. Summary:Follow an upbeat pig through the alphabet, and read about ways to feel good about yourself. Sometimes even a few negative personal traits are okay too!Mentor Writing Traits:Ideas: The clear topic is learning the alphabet and practice having a positive self-image.Organization: The organi [...]

    4. Summary: Nancy Carlson's cheerful pig is back in this vibrant ABC companion book to the best-selling I Like Me!--and she's brought along a few friends to join her. The letters of the alphabet are illustrated with brightly-colored, action-packed pictures and are accompanied by read-along text. Introduce children to the alphabet and reinforce positive self-esteem with the lovable characters of ABC I Like Me!"This concept book vibrates with bright colors, happy thoughts, and joie de vivre. A storyt [...]

    5. ABC I Like Me! by Nancy Carlson is the follow up to I Like Me! Harriet and I haven't read the original book so I can't comment on how well ABC I Like Me! complements the original.ABC I Like Me! is an alphabetical list of positive messages. Harriet liked listing off the letters of the alphabet but was disinterested in the rest of the book. She has a pretty strong self esteem so the messages aren't so much self affirming as obvious.For young kids who do need a boost, ABC I Like Me! is charming and [...]

    6. This fiction book is about a pig who shares characteristics about himself using all of the letters in the alphabet. Each page tells something about him for example, ("I am awesome, brave, and cheerful") correspond with A, B, and C. This book could be used to teach the alphabet to young children as well as teaching about self esteem and learning to love oneself. This book is good for teaching literacy as well as building community in the classroom.

    7. I really enjoyed this simple cheerful book. As the title implies, the alphabet is used by the characters to describe themselves. I think this would be an excellent choice for the younger grades, which I think is important for me because I tend to lean toward the middle grades, and don't always look for material for younger readers. This was a fun book!

    8. This is a fun and encouraging book that would help build the confidence of the reader. They go through the alphabet giving something positive about themselves for each letter. I would use this book with second or third graders as the alphabet doesn't coincide directly with each word and that could be confusing. Very colorful pictures.

    9. I'm sorry but are you kidding me? I feel sorry for kids that need to get reinforcement from a badly drawn picture book. Really I do. But there must be better tools out there to use than this to build self esteem.(stumbled on this again a year later and looked at it again. I stand by this review. It doesn't improve with time)

    10. Repetition of the location of the letter boxes and brightly colored illustrations will hold a young reader’s attention, but older children will find the text too didactic. No reviews found in critical sources.

    11. A simple book that uses the alphabet to talk all about oneself in a positive way, all done in one sentence statements. Good read-aloud book.

    12. A simple book with colorful illustrations that celebrates our uniqueness in ABC style. This could lead into a great writing project where students mirror the format with their own wonderful traits.

    13. This book is a great book for teaching letters, in addition to teaching self esteem! I thought this was a great book for youngsters struggling with self esteem issues.

    14. This book is great for- beginning readers or ELL students- introduce the alphabet while building students’ confidence/self esteem- grades k-2

    15. I think this would be a good book for a storytime or playgroup about self esteem/sense of self/feelings. The alphabet element is a bonus.

    16. I really liked this book. It would be great for pre- k to kindergarten. great alphabet book that promotes self-confidence.

    17. Perfect for preschool and early elementary school children. We have had a lot of fun reading this book in our home.

    18. This is a good alphabet book with big letters. Some of the examples are adjectives so it may be hard for children to pick up on the words.

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