Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes: A Very Silly Alphabet Book

Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes A Very Silly Alphabet Book Peanut Butter And Jellyfishes

  • Title: Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes: A Very Silly Alphabet Book
  • Author: Brian P. Cleary Betsy E. Snyder
  • ISBN: 9780822561880
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Text: 3 starsIllustrations: 3 starsThis rhyming alphabet book offers more than one word for each letter. The featured letter appears in upper and lower case, and is also hidden somewhere in the picture. Colorful collage type art. The front and back endpapers display a list of items to find on the alphabet pages, but many of those objects are just listed and not shown as they appear on the pages. Some of those words are confusing. (Examples: What exactly are "oodles"? Are readers looking for the [...]

    2. Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes by author Brian P. Cleary and illustrator Betsy E. Snyder is a colorful book that its to teach children their alphabet in a variety of ways. The illustrations take up the entire page with the text in areas off the illustration that have open space. The illustrations haver a textured feel and seem to almost be made of construction paper, fur, and various other materials. The colors range from a neutral tan to a neon pink with the overall hues leaning more towards the [...]

    3. Title: Peanut Butter and JellyfishesAuthor: Brian P. ClearyIllustrator: Betsy E. SnyderGenre: Alphabet (ABC) BookTheme(s): Letters, animals, nouns, colors Opening line/sentence: A is for antelopesForming an arc.Brief Book Summary: This book teaches about the letters of the alphabet. It does so in a friendly, inviting way with lots of interesting images and chosen words. They used the letter they were discussing multiple times throughout the sentence and bolded it so the reader can point it out. [...]

    4. Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes is really a silly alphabet book where each of the 26 letters is accompanied by rhymes and fun verses that everyone will giggle at. Every letter is hidden within images of object that start with that letter. Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes: A Very Silly Alphabet Book is a great ABC book for early readers. It helps them learn their ABC’s with fun rhymes and examples of words that begin with the letters. There is not too much text on each page making for a fairly fast [...]

    5. Title: Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes: A Very Silly Alphabet BookAuthor: Brian P. ClearyPublisher and Date: Millbrook Press, 2006This ambitious book provides colorful collages, hidden letters, word pictures, and alphabet sentences presented in rhyme while avoiding many of the pitfalls of the genre. By melding together nonsensical sentences that are as wacky as the illustrations, Cleary opens up the field to using verbs and adjectives as well as nouns. E is for each evergreen Elvis potted. K start [...]

    6. I was surprised by how much I liked this alphabet book. It told a sentence using multiple examples of that letter on the page. My one and two -year-olds loved it. As I was reading they pointed at items on the page and asked "what's that" excitedly. (This is a game that we play, I accidentally started it as I began to teach them simple words and they decided that it was a good game to play. I love my daycare kids, they keep life interesting.) There are enough pictures of items that begin with the [...]

    7. ages 3-5 . This ABC book seems more suited for a preschooler than a toddler. I enjoyed that each letter of the alphabet is represented in upper and lower case. On each page, the letter featured is printed in red instead of black ink, making the letter easily identifiable for toddlers. While the tongue twisting rhymes sound good, they could be confusing for toddlers but enjoyable for preschoolers. The text feature words that can build a child's vocabulary. The illustrations are colorful and busy [...]

    8. Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes by Brian P. Clearly Illustrated by Betsy E. Snyder – 2007This is a very colorful and quirky alphabet book. The artwork has an almost patchwork quality. I like that the letters are used several times on the page. “N is for Newt with a necklace of noodles.” I also like that it doesn’t focus on the traditional “A” words, “B” words, etc. I would recommend it to any child learning their alphabet. Recommended.

    9. The cover definitely caught my attention and as I flipped through the pages, I liked it more and more. The vivid colors and fun drawings give the alphabet a nice twist. I also like that the author used various words for each letter--compared to other alphabet books that simply use one or two words for each letter. Children will enjoy listening to the silly words and also the book offers a lot of images that students can count.

    10. Such a unique and silly alphabet book with fantastic, colorful, and detailed illustrations. My favorite part is searching the pictures on each page to find all the other items they've snuck in that start with that page's letter. For example on the "X" page there is a bird holding an X-ray of itself and an X chopped in the stump by the Axe. They even incorporate drawings of action words like "yell" on the "Y" page.

    11. I enjoyed the silly rhymes in this book very much. I think it helps to get a kids imagination going when they read about kilt-wearing kittens, or the cat with a calico coat who camps by a castle and cooks by a moat. The illustrations remind me of a cross between Eric Carle and the books I used to read as a kid, before lots of things were computer generated.

    12. This would be a great book for not only learning the ABC's but also introducing alliterations. It is not a typical ABC book in that it doesn't use the typical words for the letters like "A is for apple" The illustrations are fun and encourage the young learner to search for the letters within the pictures.

    13. This book teaches about the letters of the alphabet. It does so in a friendly, inviting way with lots of interesting images and chosen words. They used the letter they were discussing multiple times throughout the sentence and bolded it so the reader can point it out. There is not much of a sequence to this story, just goes through the different letters in the alphabet.

    14. A silly fun time for all! This brightly illustrated nonsensical rhyming alphabet book has hidden letters in each page inviting the audience to search them out. Early Literacy Skills:Letter KnowledgePhonological AwarenessPrint AwarenessPrint MotivationVocabulary

    15. I just loved this one! We could spend hours reading this and looking at the illustrations. I love how there are lots of other items on the pages that match the letter but are not stated in the text. I can't wait until baby is older to read this one again.

    16. Literacy skills:Letter knowledge-Children can find letters in the illustrations.Phonological awareness-Alliterations are used throughout this book which encourages phonological sensitivity.

    17. The title was definitely the most catchy part of the book. The rest of it was forced rhymes, trying too hard. Colorful illustrations would catch a youngsters eye but there was too much on each page; it got distracting.

    18. I thought the title and cover looked so cute, but was disappointed after reading the book. It had a fun premise, but overall I was not impressed. Silly twist on teaching ABC's but definitely not a favorite.

    19. This book was a cute book for little children to learn their alphabet. I enjoyed that it made it interesting as you read it. I liked that it used alliteration for each letter to help you learn the sounds. It is a fun book for little children to learn from!

    20. This book goes through the alphabet. In each picture, there is the letter, a sentence about the letter, and things that begin with that letter .Very fun and colorful.

    21. PB37 - This would be an excellent book for teaching alliteration to middle aged children or the alphabet to younger children.

    22. Really cute alphabet book. Young children have fun finding the hidden letters on the page while older ones have a challenge finding everything that starts with each letter.

    23. Borrowed from the library for Alex. Sad to say I can't find a copy to buy! This is something I really want to add to our home library!

    24. It's fun to read an alphabet book that doesn't go for the obvious letter illustrations or predictable rhymes. Any book that rhymes "igloo" with "wig glue" is doing something right.

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