Marvel Alpha Block: The Marvel Cinematic Universe from A to Z (An Abrams Block Book)

 
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Harry N. Abrams Appleseed April 2019
Curriculum
Language Arts Curriculum

Two words:  superheroes  and alphabet.  Yep, they took a whole big collection of superheroes and delivered 'em to us in a chunky board book with some flaps and action scenes starring everybody from Ant Man to the Black Panther to the Wasp and Zuri.

The coolest thing to me about this book is that each superhero character represents a letter of the alphabet and each letter is cut out in cardboard that measure about 8 inches high and 5 inches across.  For all those tactile kids who fight the alphabet this is fantastic. They can feel the letters and run their fingers around the cut out spaces.

It's a one-two punch of superhero in action plus big cardboard letters you can experience for yourself.

This book just might end some battles launched by up and coming superheroes who are not too keen on learning the old ABCs.  Talk about fun!

104 pages 978-1419735882 Ages 4-8

Keywords: alphabet, superhero, language arts curriculum, reluctant reader

Other titles in the series: Star Wars Block; Dino Block; Builda Block; City Block; Counta Block

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is rich with content, from its highly original characters to its stunning locations. This new title in the Abrams Block Book series features thrilling scenes and fascinating characters from A to Z, perfect for the youngest fan as well as seasoned collectors. As in previous Block Book titles, Marvel Alphablock includes die-cut pages and the stylish art of British design team Peskimo. Each spread highlights important characters every fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe should know—from Black Panther to Iron Man to Scarlet Witch.

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