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Buster Bee's Adventures with Letters and Words (Bugville Critters, Learning Adventure Series)

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  • Posted July 5, 2011

    Such fun and really wows on Nook AND Nook color!

    The Bugville Critters are such fun and easy to relate to. This is a learning story.

    The story starts with Buster saying how he was once thought learning was hard and wants to be a super helper for others to help them learn.

    Like the other Bugville books, there's a lot to this story and good lessons. The book has several parts. Each part has several pages.

    In the first part Buster introduces all the letters of the alphabet and on the next page all 26 letters are shown. The letters are colorful and fun. They're like the multicolored letters with magnets at a toy store.

    The next part is about vowels and consonants. There's a page with the vowels and Y separated from the other letters. Later, Buster talks about how vowels and consonants are different.

    In the next part Buster talks about sounds and words and tells how sounds come together. All the fun words Buster uses are on the next page in multicolored letters so your child can read them.

    In the next part Buster talks about upper and lowercase letters. Then a page shows the upper and lowercase letter pairs in the same fun style as before.

    In the next part Buster talks about vowels sounds. This is where Buster works on short and long vowel sounds for A, E, I, O, and U. There are lots of fun words for kids to read!

    Then Buster talks about how Y is special and tells all about its sounds.

    In the final part Buster talks about blended sounds. We loved reading Buster's brrrr's and grrrr's and all the other funny sayings and sounds. The ch sound, the sh sound, and the th sound have their own sections too.

    I highly recommend this book and the other Bugville stories. It's a great story to read with your children.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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