The Lettermen



Last night our youngest daughter brought home a reading book that had really caught her interest.  She read it to me and spent as much time talking about the pictures and giggling at the "Lettermen" as she did reading the words of the story!


On each page, some of the Lettermen spell out something that is happening on that page...



And at the start of some of the pages, one of the Lettermen represented the first letter of the first sentence!  This particularly amused our daughter!      Although our daughter is reading well herself now, these books would also be great for beginner readers, with an adult reading the main story,  and the child reading the sight words as spelled out by the Lettermen.  


These books are about the same size as the Mr Men books, and there are 12 altogether in the series. 

It's always nice to find new and interesting books - especially kids books .

What new books have you discovered through your child?  Are there any you can recommend?







9 comments:

  1. This series looks really exciting! I think I might check them out. I am your newest follower from Boost my Blog. I'd love for you to follow back at www.homeschoolingbytheyard.blogspot.com and/or www.kylakreates.com

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  2. Those are really fun!! I love them!! I have two little girls learning to read and they would really enjoy the mix of mom reading and child reading. Thanks for sharing! And thanks for following my blog and your encouraging words. :)

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  3. I remember the Mr Men books, my daughter used to collect them, together Little Miss books. Really entertaining.

    I also used to love playing Yahtzee. Haven't played for years.

    CJ xx

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  4. Hi Jill, I'm way past getting my kids books, but one of my favorites was "Flat Stanley".. :)
    Thank you for following Tranquil Acres of Alexandria!
    Have a great day!
    Leslie

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  5. What a great site you have! I have 4 & 6 year old boys and the books, games and counting that you have here are wonderful! I look forward to more posts! (found you on designit chic!)
    Keep the great stuff coming!
    ~Wendie
    www.thoughtsfromthismom.blogspot.com

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  6. This book looks so cute - we are going to try to find some of the series. I think my little one would really like it too!

    Thanks for stopping by, I'm following back.

    Jess
    quinsmomma.blogspot.com

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  7. What a great book...especially at the age when they start reading. I'll have to check it out the next time I'm at the library.

    Thanks for sharing!

    :)
    Marcy

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  8. Hi! I no longer have a little one at home, but these books are something to keep in mind for any future grandbabies I might have. (I hope!)

    Just stopped by to follow and say congrats on being Leslie's 200th follower. Love to have you stop by and say hello sometime at http://goaheadtakeabite.blogspot.com/

    Blessings,
    ~Mrs B

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  9. Hi. thanks for stopping by Brighton Park and i am your newest follower here. I loved this post; what a cute book series for new readers and readers learning sight words. thanks for sharing; I am going to try and get a copy for my kids! blessings to you!

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