The Invisible Alphabet

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The Invisible Alphabet/ is an alphabet book. Each letter is on a page of the book. Each letter has a word that starts with that letter. Most of the letters have words that could be like the word invisible. Examples are A is for air, H is for hidden, L is for lost, and T is for too late. Some of the pictures are at a bus stop and show people missing the bus for some reason.

I had trouble understanding how all of the words were “invisible,” and my mom couldn’t understand them all either. I liked the pictures because they are by the same illustrator as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and I like that book. I like this book too because some of the pictures are silly, like B is for bare, and there is a kid with a bare bottom! The pictures are black and white with just some orange for color. Most of the pictures are on one page, but the ones that cover both pages are the ones that I really like. As an alphabet book, I like it, and I think that older kids might understand it a little better than me.

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Author Joshua David Stein
Star Count 4/5
Format Hardcover Picture Book
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher rise x penguin workshop
Publish Date 2020-Sep-22
ISBN 9780593222775
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Issue December 2020
Category Children's


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