Ace Alligator Loves Apples, by Leah M. Starks | Book Review
The Children’s Book Review | November 18, 2014
Written by Leah M. Starks
Illustrated by Kristofer Floyd
Age Range: 0-7
Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Andastar Ent
What to Expect: Alligators, Apples, Early Reader, Craft Activities
Ace Alligator loves apples. Whether he’s picking them, driving home with them, baking a pie, or even just eating them slice by slice.
Part of the A to Z Read with Me Phonics Series, Ace Alligator focuses on teaching the letter “A” to young readers. The book is charming, with engaging illustrations. It’s also well-designed, with each letter “A” in a contrasting red color to help your young reader pick out the letters from the rest of the black text. It is an easy read, and even comes with a learning resources section filled with an alligator craft activity, a glossary of the words, and even a “Fun Facts” section filled with information for your budding scientist on alligators and apples.
Add this book to your collection: Ace Alligator Loves Apples
Ace Alligator, by Leah M. Starks, was reviewed by Amanda Lynch. Follow along with our articles tagged with Books on Voting Rights, Elections, Libraries, Monsters, Paul Czajak, Rhyming Text, and Wendy Grieb to discover more great books for kids.
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