Alphabet Books

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  1. ute.girl

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    I am having my 4th grade students create alphabet books on a specific topic. I am going to be showing them some alphabet books as examples, such as state alphabet books (G is for Golden, S is for Silver). Does anyone know of any other alphabet books that would appeal to older kids? I would like to show them more than one style.
     
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    "Bad Kitty and Poor Puppy" Very funny! I think any age would like it.
     
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    I agree with jillybean, those two books are funny and fourth graders would enjoy them.
     
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    Yes, they are really good, and any age group would enjoy.
     
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    Jerry Pallotta has some wonderful books for many age levels.
     
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    May 28, 2009

    Kathy-jo Wargin has bunches of alphabet books of the format that you are using. B is for Badger, L is for Lincoln, etc... The books focus on a topic like Wisconsin and include items relating to that topic for each letter of the alphabet.
     

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