5 edition of An annoying ABC found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alfred A. Knopf|
|Publishers||Alfred A. Knopf|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
When Adelaide annoys Bailey, their entire preschool class gets upset, one child after another, until Zelda zaps Adelaide and a round of apologies begins. File Size: 7MB.
"My my my," mutters Miss Mabel. I'm going to go read it to my big boys r Oh, brother! However instead of using regular words to try and teach the alphabet, the book uses person's names.
He has more than 20 books to his credit, and he has a sister and father Rebecca and Ed who also make children's books.
It only takes one small annoying act from Adelaide to set off a chain reaction of bad behavior. Race is not the focus of the book; it is the natural backdrop of the story. Emberley keeps the action rolling along with his horizontal chain of charismatic youngsters, set against long white pages and illustrated in his sketchlike pencil-and-watercolor style. "My my my," mutters Miss Mabel.
Both the twins and Mom loved this one. I looooved "Miss Brooks Loves Books. The misery or upset is passed from child to child and their names each start with the next lette My son wasn't as "in" to this book and I was hesitant to explain it to him because honestly some of the kids in the book seem a little too quick An annoying ABC temper tantrum. Adelaide starts by playing a trick, and each students reacts by upsetting someone else, until finally Adelaide apologizes and An annoying ABC else passes that along too until relative peace is restored.
He has a knack for portraying each child's emotion in all its precocious intensity. Fortunately, the whole effect is much more pleasing than annoying. She lives in a hobbit hole with her mini-Rex rabbit, Sawyer. My son wasn't as "in" to this book and I was hesitant to explain it to him because honestly some of the kids in the book seem a little too quick to temper tantrum.
Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Basically, the book shows the domino effect when one child gets annoyed. This would make a splendid project for a classroom to make up their own alphabetical list of names. However, burning down the house with your stepfather in it doesn't seem like the answer.
after a child does something, it tells how it affects the following child. at least for the moment.
She survives the plane crash and gives birth to her son, Aaron, not long after.
Basically, the book shows the domino effect when one child gets annoyed.