Read-again Reference: Alphabetter

Wednesday, January 17, 2007.

AlphaBetterAuthor: Dan Bar-el (on JOMB)
Illustrator: Graham Ross
Published: 2006 Orca Book Publishers (on JOMB)
ISBN: 1551434393

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Twenty-six funky kids, misplaced objects and hidden letters transform the familiar ABC drill into an entertaining, interactive story.

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Comment by Dan Bar-el

February 1, 2007 @ 10:22 pm

First, let me say thank you for choosing to review Alphabetter. But thank you as well for all the positive comments you both made about the book. When I was listening to your podcast, I kept saying “yes, they get it!” I especially appreciated the comment about acknowledging that your 5 year old and 7 year old child will have a different sensibility than an adult’s regarding story or humour.

I would also like to say that your website is brilliant. It’s convivial in a casual, community-oriented way yet, as I already noted, your reviews are not frivolous. I’m sorry that I hadn’t heard of it before. Your mission is a generous and noble one and certainly every children’s author will appreciate what you’re doing. I will definitely link the podcast to my website and hopefully get a page of links up soon with your home page in there as well.

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