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Alpha Betty Soup- Ebook Review

A special thanks to Mellanie Bauslaugh for providing me with a free product to review on my blog!


Alpha Betty Soup

by Mellanie Bauslaugh

Description (by author): Alpha Betty Soup teaches the letters of the alphabet in a fun and playful way. Loaded with colorful illustrations and delightful rhymes, it is a joy to read for children, parents and teachers alike. From rocket riding rabbits to vacuuming vampires, the readers are taken on an alphabetical adventure with little Alpha Betty as their guide. There is a playful energy about this book that makes it a delightful, unique read.

My Review:

This adorable and comical book left my children (ages 2 and 6) giggling on every page. Alpha Betty takes a plunge into her soup to discover all the letters of the alphabet, only to find the silliest of things that the letters start with. I am a huge fan of books that rhyme, children seem to find much more interest in these type of books. The illustrations are so colorful and vibrant!  They truly enjoyed the silly pictures and putting the letter connections together. My daughter continued to tell me throughout the story that this book was just so funny. I would recommend this book to children of all ages, as we are never too old to read about the alphabet.

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