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T-Rex loves the alphabet so much, he wants to eat it up. So he takes a bite or two, and he finds that C is chewy, D is delicious, and K tastes great with ketchup! Go out to eat with T-Rex, get a taste of this appetizing alphabet--and learn a little about food and a lot about fun! •Nearly half a million Bernard Most dinosaur books sold to date •Uses the alphabet to introducT-Rex loves the alphabet so much, he wants to eat it up. So he takes a bite or two, and he finds that C is chewy, D is delicious, and K tastes great with ketchup! Go out to eat with T-Rex, get a taste of this appetizing alphabet--and learn a little about food and a lot about fun! •Nearly half a million Bernard Most dinosaur books sold to date •Uses the alphabet to introduce many foods to very young children...

Title : ABC T-Rex
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ISBN : 9780152050283
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 40 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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ABC T-Rex Reviews

  • Sarah Thalmann
    2019-03-02 20:09

    Follow the adventures of a T-Rex as he munches his way through the alphabet! Each page contains a short statement associating the featured letter with a word or words beginning with that letter. Some of these statements are likely to require explanations during a read-aloud given the advanced vocabulary used, such as "L was luscious" and "I was irresistible," and the statement "X reminded him of his Xercycle" seems somewhat of a stretch. Each drawing, executed in cheerful shades of primarily green, dark orange, and purple, is detailed and contains a number of items that begin with the featured letter, which is always present and slightly gnawed-upon. For example, the illustration for the letter A also contains apples, artichokes, acorns, avocados, airplanes on the T-Rex's overalls, and an ant. However, at times the items are difficult to identify, such as the skewers of yellow cubes and orange globes on the T page that the list of items to search for in the back of the book identifies as "toothpicks." The result is that reading this book can be much more time-consuming than the short text would seem to indicate if children search for and name the items, but the potential for this interaction makes this an excellent book not only to learn the shapes of the letters, but also to associate each letter with pictures of common items. Target audience: Ages 3-7

  • Courtney
    2019-03-24 14:15

    Books such as the one above always amuse me, they are filled with different words and adjectives that are used for each letter of the alphabet. I have found that in reading this book to my son today, he enjoys the play on words. For example, delicious was used to describe the T-Rex eating spaghetti. My five year-old laughed because he couldn't understand why the T-Rex was wanting to eat the letter D instead of the spaghetti. I also enjoy the fact that this short-story is wonderful for my one year-old. Not only are we teaching her the alphabet, but we are always teaching her new words. She might not be able to pick up the play on words as her brother does, but she is able to laugh and giggle as I make the different sounds with the different words. Books such as these are wonderful to have. They are great for the entire family to enjoy, and everyone receives something beneficial.

  • Jaclyn Sibley
    2019-03-15 14:25

    Awards: No awards received.Grade level: KindergartenSummary: There is a hungry T-Rex who loves to eat the letters of the alphabet in order. He goes through the entire alphabet describing how he eats the letter and/or how the letter tastes. There are a lot of items beginning with the same letter on each page for the reader to find!Review: There are a lot of objects on each page that begin with the same letter, but I wish they were labeled so the reader can identify the word with the picture. I feel the book should be for kindergartners, but some of the vocabulary that is expected for them to know seems to be for an older age group. I did love how colorful the pages were.Uses in class: 1. Each student would be assigned a letter and they would have to come up with as many things they could think of that start with that letter. 2. The students would draw a picture of a T-Rex and then pick a letter. They would then have to draw the foods/objects that associate with that letter.

  • Maliha Arman
    2019-03-12 18:10

    This book is a fun way for children to learn their alphabets. Many children interested in animals get an opportunity to enjoy the images in the book. This book is very beneficial when speaking about alphabets and animals. Some children may be be pulled in by the title its self. Its a fun and creative way to create love for the alphabets.

  • Nicole Graham
    2019-02-24 16:08

    Bright vibrant colors, bold alphabet letters, engaging book, students can identify letters and the different things that start with that letter. Interactive, fun, easy to follow, easy read, can be created into an activity of the different letters the T-rex ate. Teaches the correct order of the alphabet.

  • Christin Hackman
    2019-03-21 21:12

    No awards received. The T-Rex in the book loves to eat letters of the alphabet. He munches his way through the alphabet. Bernard Most illustrates the letters in different colors and describes that the letters are tasty to the T-Rex. I think the appropriate age range for this book is preschool to elementary school.

  • David
    2019-03-09 17:23

    ABC T-Rex by Bernard Most is an appealing ABC book that follows a T-Rex eating alphabet letters and food.Most's detailed illustrations were done in Pantone Tria markers. There is a list of things to look for at the end of the book that start with each letter of the alphabet. My favorite images include the cover, b, f, g, j. k, l, p, s, u, & w.This alphabet book combines ABC's, dinosaurs, and food in a winning recipe. Both upper and lowercase letters are shown for each letter. The list at the back will help parents and children looking for objects that start with each letter of the alphabet. Most even works in vitamins and exercise. The large font makes this a good read-aloud or beginning reader. This is recommended for school and public library collections. Dino lovers should really eat this up!For ages 2 to 6, alphabet, dinosaurs, wordplay, read-aloud, humor, eating, foods, and fans of Bernard Most.

  • Tawny Angerame
    2019-02-24 21:23

    ABC T-Rex written by Bernard Most was a book that I actually enjoyed reading. And I will tell you why, it is funny, cute, and had bright colors. This book is about a T-Rex dinosaur that eats every single letter of the alphabet and he describes how he eats it, the texure of it, and how it tastes to him. When a little kid reads a book, they need to have interest in the book. This book hold their attention, keeps them interested, and sercretly, teaches them about the alphabet! Little kids love animals, especially dinosaurs. This book has a dinosaur as the "main star" in the book, it has many bright colors, and it teaches them all about the alphabet. For example, on the "C" letter of the alphabet, the dinosaur says that "C is chewy." Another thing that I found was really cool abour this book, was the fact that the letter the page specified on, was shown capitalized, uncapitalized, and in a sentence. This is definitely a book that I would read to my students if I were a teacher because of the fact that it is very informative and helpful.

  • Amanda
    2019-03-02 20:06

    Awards: NoneGrade Levels: Pre-K through KindergartenSummary: In ABC T-Rex, T-Rex loves his ABCs so much that he eats them up. He goes through each letter of the alphabet and eats it right up and tells us how it tastes. When he got to letter Z, he was so tired he fell right asleep. Review: I enjoyed ABC T-Rex. I liked that each page had a letter and the letter was bolded throughout the page whenever used. I also enjoyed that at the end of the book there were a list of things to look for, for each letter like a search and find. My only criticism is that because T-Rex was eating the letters, there are bite marks taken out of them which is not great for students learning to write their letters for the first time.In Class Uses: Class Library, Read Aloud, Letter Recognition, Sentence structure

  • Cesar Lopez
    2019-03-06 17:05

    This book is about a T-Rex who walks around devouring letters all day, because of this I believe this book should be able to capture and maintain the attention of young children. According to this T-Rex every letter except U was amazing. For some reason after eating all these letters the only time his stomach hurt was while he was eating U. When he finally got to Z he had eating so much that he was put in a food induced coma. After the T-Rex's unfortunate end the book appears to show no sympathy for this dino and continues to give the reader more examples of different words starting with all the letters that this T-Rex has eaten. Overall i believe it was a good book with a major plot twist at the end that caused this reader to cry.

  • Jennifer Heise
    2019-03-11 17:22

    My six year old is uninterested in this book, which is a pity, because it has just the kind of wordplay he enjoys.The T-Rex likes letters. He likes to eat them. So he eats his way through letters of the alphabet, described with adjectives beginning with that letter. As a bonus, other elements beginning with that letter appear on each page. (A list appears in the back, so you can play spot the word with impunity.)The colorful, rounded letters and character and the domestic setting will probably be a pull for 4-5 year old dinosaur fans. Pair with Color Crunch or Richard Scarry's Find Your ABCs

  • Amy
    2019-03-25 20:03

    My nephew is *finally* starting to become aware of letters, and he's starting to be able to identify some of them. I really liked this ABC book because it was bright, it had a T-Rex (which my nephew thinks is cool), and because the letters were clearly presented without a lot of fancy schmancy clever wordplay to distract from what I wanted my nephew to see (a dinosaur eating each letter of the alphabet). This is just a great ABC book for toddlers through preschool kids. The boy and I enjoyed it.

  • Vilo
    2019-03-04 14:30

    This is what I look for in an ABC: capital and small letters represented, examples of each letter that teach the most common sounds of the letter, details children can find to expand their learning, humor, child appeal (especially boys), and a page with the entire ABC so I can practice the ABC song with the children. This book has it all! --not only the entire capital alphabet but the entire lower case alphabet on one page for singing! We all had fun with this book.

  • Jasmine
    2019-03-23 18:21

    This is a fun book about a dinosaur who gets caught up eating all of his letters of the alphabet. This book finds food-related words to help describe everything that T-Rex is eating throughout the story. The book also includes a little scavenger hunt if you'd like to spend more time on the alphabet and words that start with certain letters. This is a fictional book although it is very informative because, for example, I do not think that Dinosaurs eat pizza.

  • Samantha Penrose
    2019-03-03 14:05

    Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!Hands down the best ABC book I have read!Each page highlights upper and lowercase letters and offers a full, colorful page of items that start with said letter. The items featured range from the obvious, to the slick and sly...Each time we read the book we found more and more applicable items in the illustrations.

  • Alexis Salazar
    2019-03-25 19:09

    This book was cute and funny. I would have loved this book if i had read it when i was small. You could give this book to your child and they could learn their abc. This book is kinda of challenging for a little kid because it had pretty big words. I also liked how it was really colorful and fruity . Overall recommend this to read this to a kid.

  • Ruben
    2019-03-19 21:22

    The book was very educational and intresting. If your having trouble with the alphabet then this is the book for you. From letters A through Z this book has it all. It is great for beginners from ages 3 to 6, they will learn much more just by reading them the book. The book also has many colorful bright pictures like food, objects, and animals that will itrest people to read the book.

  • Chris Campos
    2019-02-28 16:03

    Not the best book, but a good way of learning. Learning the ABCs for children who want to learn or parents who want to teach their children the alphabet. Personally, I enjoyed the book it's not that bad but definitely a good book to teach kids something. It has animals and reptiles in it maybe kids like things like that and may grab their attention.

  • Chris
    2019-03-02 13:01

    is a bout a lite Trex how much he loves hes abcs that he made every later a food and ate it cuse he loved hes laters so much he had to eat them and made all kinda food and stared eating like he never ate before

  • Eric Lemus
    2019-02-26 17:29

    ABC T-Rex is about a T-Rex that is showing the reader there ABC.The Writer was trying to use big words for the reader can lean big words.by big words i mean like Appetizing,Delicious,and irresistible.

  • Abel Robles
    2019-03-11 15:08

    This book was alright and chill. I would have loved this book if i had read it when i was small. You could give this book to your child and they could learn their abc. This book is kinda of challenging for a little kid because it had pretty big words. Also it helps other kids understand the abc's.

  • Ashlyn
    2019-03-12 19:18

    This book can go for Pre-k kids . it can help them understand learning can be fun in many ways. Doing your alphabets is not always boring and by reading this book can really help them understand and doing school work and homework is not always boring.

  • Danny Siordia
    2019-03-20 15:23

    This book is about a T-rex and he loves ABC's.It teaches the ABC's. It's a colorful book inside and out . It has animals with swag,(positive style),and ABC T-rex is great for little kids and praents.

  • Lleonardocampos
    2019-03-19 17:08

    It's a good it about a T-Rex that loved the abc's so much that he ate them up.He ate all the abc's in one day.He ate a for appetizing b for better c for chewy d for delicious e was easy to eat f for feast and it go on and on.

  • Brandon Menjivar
    2019-03-10 18:22

    This book was alright and chill. I would have loved this book if i had read it when i was small. You could give this book to your child and they could learn their abc. This book is kinda of challenging for a little kid because it had pretty big words. Also it helps other kids understand the abc's.

  • Shannon
    2019-03-23 13:25

    cute

  • Harry Martinez
    2019-03-19 15:28

    there once was a T-Rex who loved his ABC'S so much he ate them.

  • Daer Hewett
    2019-02-27 17:17

    i think the story was ehhh ok but it couldve had more excitement .

  • Jj
    2019-02-26 20:13

    I'm just going to say here that I am a fan of anything Bernard Most writes with dinosaurs in it. This is no exception.

  • Emma
    2019-03-06 14:02

    Dinosaurs eat their way through the alphabet! Delicious!