Friday, April 9, 2010

What Am I?

Once again I was given the opportunity to review a product from All About Spelling.  This time, I was sent a copy of their newest reader, What Am I, in return for this review.  As with The Beehive Reader which I reviewed earlier, this is a truly lovely book.  I wish our boys were young enough to enjoy this beautiful reader.  The illustrations a gorgeous.  The text is well-written.  Again, written as a beginning reader, a little more difficult than the first reader I reviewed, What Am I is still at a very beginning level.  Because the illustrations are so beautiful I am including every sample that the Crew posted in my review.  You will get an idea of the text from these sample pages as well.

If you are looking for a beginning reader that your young child can attempt on his own, then please look at The Beehive Reader and What Am I from All About Spelling.  They are well-written and a joy to hold in your hand. 



My fellow crew-members have reviewed this product here.  It is so new that it's not available on the web-site yet, but check All About Spelling often as I'm sure it will be available soon.  The Beehive Reader was priced at 19.95, so I'm sure that What Am I will be similarly priced.

This is the third opportunity I've had to talk to you about All About Spelling's products, so by now you are familiar with them.  They have a very thorough spelling program and their new series of readers are an excellent addition to the spelling program.  If you need a reader for your young person, check out What Am I.  It will be a family treasure.


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