Now I Know My Avocados

Now I Know My Avocados

Title: Now I Know My Avocados
Author: Stephanie Wykoff
Illustrator: Stephanie Wykoff
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2017)
ISBN: 9781977986375
Adventure through the alphabet in the wordless book ‘Now I Know My Avocados’. Minimalist coloured illustrations hide images representing each letter of the alphabet. The illustrations on each page provide many opportunities for vocabulary building. Once the alphabet is finished all the objects are revealed at the end of the book.
*Thank you to Stephanie Wykoff for providing a review copy.

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Raincity Librarian: Interview with Stephanie Wykoff
Centre for Literacy in Primary Education: Wordless Picture Books
Book Trust: Wordless books- how to step into the picture with your child
The Children’s University of Manchester: Literacy information and word games
Drama Resource: Alphabet Conversation
British Council: Dictionary skills for primary students
Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment: Better Words Classroom Activity
Scholastic: Vocabulary Development
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