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Children's LiteratureWhat a treat. Emerging readers and beginning readers will thoroughly enjoy the three-dimensional cut-paper illustrations in this book. The story begins with the introduction of the bunny family that resides in the alphabet house. Grandma, grandpa, mom, dad, and five children take part in this alphabet adventure. On each page a letter of the alphabet is represented with a family member. The bright and child-friendly cut-outs are simple but appealing to children. The goal for children is to identify as many objects possible with the corresponding letter on the page. A maraca, unicycle, hula hoop—plus shapes such as a hexagon—are some of the items depicted on the pages of the book. The author provides a glossary of words for each page and even asks for children to find more for each of the letters. Children will be entertained by the identification game, as they strengthen and enrich their vocabulary with the corresponding alphabet letters. 2005, Marshall Cavendish, Ages 3 to 7.