K-12 Alphabet Books

  • A is for the Americas by Lee (for geography)
  • A is for Asia by Lee (for geography)
  • A My Name is Alice by Boyes (read, then sing book)
  • A You're Adorable by Kaye, Wise and Lippmann (read, then sing book)
  • The Accidental Zucchini by Grover
  • Albert's Alphabet by Tryon (for problem-solving, innovation)
  • Alphabet Atlas by Yorinks (for maps, geography)
  • Alphabet City by Johnson
  • Animalia by Base (design alliteration page)
  • Antics by Hepworth (teaching book reviews, using reference)
  • Antler, Bear, Canoe: a northwoods alphabet year by Bowen
  • The Best Alphabet Book in the Wild West by Bennett (find hidden letters)
  • A Big City ABC by Moak (urban/rural distinction)
  • The Butterfly Alphabet by Sandved (symmetry, make butterflies with initial) (make four other butterflies)
  • Chicka-Chicka-Boom-Boom by Bill Martin (for rhymes, rhythm)
  • Christmas Alphabet by Sabuda
  • Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables From A to Z by Ehlert
  • Grandmother's Alphabet by Shaw
  • Graphic Alphabet
  • Jambo Means Hello by Feelings
  • The Letters Are Lost by Ernst (write their version of how letters are lost)
  • Little Critter's: The Trip by Mayer
  • Look Once, Look Twice by Janet Marshall
  • Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten (make a class book of names)
  • A Mountain Alphabet
  • On Market Street by Lobel
  • A Prairie Alphabet
  • Silly Animal ABC's by Gallup
  • Tomorrow's Alphabet by Shannon (writing activities)
  • Toot and Puddle's ABC's  (for alphabetical order)
  • 26 Letters and 99 Cents by Hoban
  • Weighty Word Book by Levitt, Burger & Guralnick (for thesaurus use)
  • The Z Was Zapped by Van Allsburg
  • any of the alphabet books by Jerry Pallotta (2)

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