Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC PDF ☆ Letters: A

Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC PDF ☆ Letters: A The captain of this brave and bumbling pirate crew has ordered them to capture the entire alphabetand they'll walk the plank if they're missing a single letter! Now these swashbuckling mateys are embarking on an alphabet adventure unlike any other, and they won't ahem, can't rest until they've found an A, a Z, and everything in betweenJune Sobel's hilarious text and Henry Cole's adventurous animal pirates harmonize in an irresistible book for alphabetlearning, pirateloving kids everywhere


10 thoughts on “Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC

  1. Jodi Young Jodi Young says:

    This book was neat. Children will loved to share their best rrrrr! I would not only use this book as an alphabet book, but I would expand it and have the students find letters in their surroundings just like the Pirates did and capture them! Then maybe we can make our own story! We could even do a scavenger hunt and find the letters i


  2. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    The idea is cute, even if the rhymes are a bit clunky at time and annoyingly the illustrations (cute as they are) do not match what is being said. The E and F and Uand V combinations are especially frustrating to me, as is the fact that they were supposed to be toothlessly sailing and there is the pirate pig with a big grin of teeth. B


  3. Ruth Ann Ruth Ann says:

    I love the illustrations and the concept of these pirates hunting for letters. And it is a fun read-aloud.
    It's the letters - the letters are too subtle in the illustrations and in the text.
    A B floated by on
    the crystal clear bay.
    Will young children know that bay begins with B? While looking at the illustration, th


  4. Beatrice Fox Beatrice Fox says:

    Pure fun and joy. It's like watching an episode of the original Electric Company or Sesame Street. Seeing your ABCs with this pirate crew is wonderful and casting a crocodile as the Pirate Captain is a winning move. Great rhyming being done here too.


  5. Mama Bibliosoph Mama Bibliosoph says:

    This book is great for a pirate-lover or as a way to introduce pirates and the idea of a treasure hunt to kids. Animal pirates go sailing in search of all the letters of the alphabet. Kids get practice scanning as they look for the treasure!

    Shiver Me Letters makes great use of thematic elements; they find an anchor, a cannonba


  6. Lara Lara says:

    Between 3 and 4 stars, depending on what you're reading it for, I think. For purposes here, I'm rounding up.

    It's a cute alphabet book, with pirates hunting down letters (Arrrrrr wasn't enough for them!). The rhyme and rhythm are both solid, not too sing-songy and still emphasize the particular letter being found (B in the bay,


  7. Kendra Kendra says:

    So who wouldn't like pirates as a little kid. When I saw this book I knew that I had to borrow it from the library to read to my three year old as we learned about the alphabet. This book did not disappoint and my older two kiddos were in luck when Mason selected to read this for bedtime. In the book Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC by June


  8. Joan Joan says:

    Delightfully illustrated with a crew of animal pirates, the rhyming text in this book details the pirates’ search for letters other than “R” so that they can be tough! And just to make sure that this bumbling crew follows his orders, the pirate captain decrees they’ll walk the plank if they don’t find every single letter.


  9. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    Your kiddo will have fun spotting the alphabet throughout these piratey pages!

    Ages: 3 - 6

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  10. Madison Conlin Madison Conlin says:

    1. Awards- None
    2. Grade level- Preschool- Kindergarten
    3. Original summary- Go on a pirate adventure with your class and try finding all the letters hidden through out the pages. Your class is sure to have an adventurous time.
    4. Original review- This is a book that I use in my preschool classroom. They love looking along and


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