Max's ABC

Max s ABC Everybody s favorite bunnies Max and Ruby are back starring in their very own ABC concept book Max s ants have escaped from their farm and now they re searching for food The ants start with Max s

  • Title: Max's ABC
  • Author: Rosemary Wells
  • ISBN: 9780670060740
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Hardcover
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    Everybody s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, are back, starring in their very own ABC concept book Max s ants have escaped from their farm, and now they re searching for food The ants start with Max s sandwich, and soon they re everywhere Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue.Max s ABC teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorfulEverybody s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, are back, starring in their very own ABC concept book Max s ants have escaped from their farm, and now they re searching for food The ants start with Max s sandwich, and soon they re everywhere Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue.Max s ABC teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they re easy to spot The very youngest readers will love practicing their letters with Max and Ruby.

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    • Danielle Elizabeth says:

      Reading Log #3:Title: Max’s ABCAuthor: Rosemary WellsGenre: ABCTheme(s): Preschool, animals, concept bookOpening line/sentence: Max’s Ants escaped from their Ant farm.Brief Book Summary: This book summarizes the alphabet and makes connections with popular culture favorites: Max and Ruby. They encounter moments with Max’s ants and use the alphabet to tell their story.Professional Recommendation/Review #1:Max and Ruby are two adorable young bunnies whose shenanigans sometimes create proble [...]

    • Mary Elizabeth says:

      In this interactive short story, Wells introduces young readers to the alphabet through short-paced sentences and carefully selected words highlighting all 26 of these letters. Overall, a great introductory read for begining readers accompagnied by their parents.

    • Erik D says:

      Max’s ABC by Rosemary Wells (2006)It’s Max’s birthday but he has a little dilemma…ANTS! Ants have escaped his ant farm and are looking for his birthday cake! Ants go up and down, get splashed with juice, bite and chomp and generally run amok in this colorful alphabet book by Rosemary Wells. Wells’ use of pastels and solids draw a young reader’s attention to the story as well as the featured letter of each page. Her masterful use of space and composition tell the tale of the travellin [...]

    • Veronica Wolkan says:

      Title: Max’s ABCAuthor: Rosemary WellsIllustrator: (if different than author)Genre: Alphabet bookTheme(s): siblings, family, teamwork, cooperationOpening line/sentence: Max’s Ants escaped from their Ant farm.Brief Book Summary: The story is about the famous Max and Ruby and Max’s ants. Each page contains a continual plot of the two rabbits and the trouble Max’s ants bring, and each page also contains words that begin with the respective alphabet. Professional Recommendation/Review #1: Th [...]

    • Bryant Schumacher says:

      Rosemary Wells’ Max series returns, along with his merry band of bunnies, to explore the ABC’s in this children’s reader. Each spread lists a letter while following Max’s story of his ant farm gone wild. This is a very straight forward ABC book that does not deviate from the formula.Wells’ illustrations tend to be quite flat, and generally void of textural or pattern elements. Figures are typically framed in square vignettes and the compositions generally appear similar to one another. [...]

    • Karina Arroyo says:

      I thought that the book was an okay book. The book utilized the alphabet to tell a story about how some ants continually bothered Max. I found it fun and interesting how the author managed to create a story using the alphabet letters in the correct order. I’m not sure if i would recommend this book for children who are trying to learn the alphabet as this book seems to be at a higher level. However, i would recommend this book for parents or teachers who are trying to teach the alphabet to chi [...]

    • Sarah says:

      I chose to read this book because I recognized the author's name. I really enjoyed and appreciated the well-developed storyline. The downside for me is it might be a better bedtime story for a more intimate setting with a parent and a child, rather than for a school setting because if the alphabet is being taught, it's not very obvious which letter is being introduced without looking at the pages. And typically, stories read in class are not with large enough text for ALL the children to see. It [...]

    • Amaal says:

      Title: Max’s ABCAuthor: Rosemary WellsDate of Publication: 2006Genre: Fiction/Picture BookAnnotations: This book the rabbits, Max and his sister Ruby, have a problem with ants. The story tells how they solve the problem highlighting the words beginning with each letter of the alphabet from A-Z throughout the tale. This is a good book to expose children to the alphabet and new words, or at least words they recognize that begin with letters of the alphabet. It’s a very easy read with a letter [...]

    • Jasmyn H says:

      Wells, R. (2006). Max's ABC. New York: Penguin Group. Horn Book Magazine ReviewAlphabetIn this book, Max's ants escape from their ant farm and he and Ruby do everything they can think of to catch the ants and put them back into the farm. I liked this book because it was an alphabet book that had a story line. Instead of just one word to represent each letter of the alphabet, each letter had a couple of sentences with one or more words that started with particular letter and those words were high [...]

    • Nicole says:

      What I liked about this book was how it told a story by using the alphabet. Max's ants escaped from their ant farm and went crawling up Max's pants because he spilt juice on his pants. We then learn about the journey he went on to get the ants out of his pants. I think the story is really silly so children would definitely think it was cute and funny especially since it used a familiar character they all know. One thing I didn't like was how the alphabet wasn't at all stressed. The letters were [...]

    • Jessi G says:

      Rosemary Well's "Max's ABC" is a fun book that captures the reader's imagination through creatively depicting the ABC's. Wells skillfully transitions from one "letter" to the next, stringing them together into a storyline with two rabbits: Max and Ruby. Their adventures with ants are taken to the ABC level and Well integrates the "letter of the page" with the storyline. Each "letter of the page" is colorfully printed in the upper corner of the page; in addition, each letter (within the storyline [...]

    • Shante' Polite says:

      Title: Max's ABCAuthor: Rosemary WellsPublisher and Date: Puffin Books, 2008When Max’s ants escape from the farm, they begin searching for food. The ants start with Max’s sandwich, and soon they’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue and gets the better of those ants. This book teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they’re easy to see.Activity: . I would use it to teach my students the alphabet by making individual letters [...]

    • Mackenzie Wilson says:

      For one of my primary book's, I chose to read Max's ABC's! This book is about a bunny rabbit whose name is Max, and his adventure through things that follow the alphebet. First he encounters ants, because it starts with an A, then the ants bite him, because it starts with a B. This continues throughout the entire book, until you reach Z at the end of the alphabet. I would recommend this book for a class of preschoolers or kindergardeners who are trying to become more familiar with the alphabet.

    • Rosa Cline says:

      This is a fun way of mixing and highlighting the alphabet into a simple story with Max and Ruby two bunnies. Max (as always) is into mischief and his sister is right along with him trying to get him out of trouble. Ms Wells takes a line per page and incorporates the alphabet into telling a very simple story of Max and his ants. This story doesn't make Max as naughty as some of them do and it doesn't make Ruby as bossy as some of the others either.

    • Terry Gonzalez says:

      This book teaches the alphabet through a fun story about Max, Ruby, and some unwanted ants. The story is cute and the illustrations are bold. Each page has a big letter and throughout the text, the letter is in bold, helping children identify them. The illustrations are colorful and are centered in a square border in the middle of each page, but some link to each other. This book should be read to students in kindergarten and first grade to help enforce the alphabet in a lively manner.

    • Renee says:

      Summary: Max is in trouble. The Ants are taking Bites of his sandwich and drinking his Cranberry juice. Children will enjoy learning the alphabet with Max and Ruby in this charming concept book. The story line seems a little contrived just to make sure all of the letters of the alphabet are incorporated in order. Would be okay to use with story time but not my first choice. Could sing with the Ants Go Marching. Themes: ABCs, ants

    • Rosa says:

      It's Max's Birthday and his ants have escaped from their farm. They start with the cake and continue to snack and make Max crazy. Eventually Ruby comes to his rescue. Each page features a different letter of the alphabet and I think this is a fun alphabet book. I like that a happy ending is worked out for all parties (including the ants).

    • Annie says:

      One of the coolest alphabet books ever - it doesn't struggle to fit in those difficult letters, and each letter is seamlessly made into part of the story. Max's Ants escaped from their Ant farm. They went looking for Max's birthday cake.Up Max's patns they climbed.B ite Bite Bite went the ants on the Birthday cake.

    • Dynasty Zayas says:

      When Max’s ants escape from the farm, they begin searching for food. The ants start with Max’s sandwich, and soon they’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue and gets the better of those ants. This book teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they’re easy to see. I would use it to teach my students the alphabet.

    • Sung Baick says:

      I personally don't like lengthy ABC books because the really young kids are the ones who are supposed to be learning their ABC's. If the books are too long, they may not enjoy it or read through the whole thing. It is quite lengthy but I do like how the book emphasizes the letters on each page. It'll still be nice to include it in the classroom for kindergarten.

    • A. says:

      Sometimes I get really worried with ABC books, because what are they going to do with the awkward letters at the end? And usually I just feel like they do awkward things with them. The format of this book lent itself better to those end letters, which was nice, but the flow of the book seemed a little off to me. I think it could have had a better rhythm.

    • jacky says:

      A subtle alphabet book. The words are blended into the story with the focus letter bolded at the start of the words. It stands alone as a Max and Ruby story featuring things you see in many of their stories, such as ants and jam. I found the ants the most entertaining part, especially when they kicked their feet in the bath and turned purple and pink.

    • Cornelius says:

      Every page of the book has a huge colorful letter of the alphabet with the words on the page in bold that start with that letter of the alphabet starting with A-Z. As a result, for kindergarten children, I would use this book in the classroom to help children identify words that starts with the letters of the alphabet.

    • Courtney Williams says:

      When Max’s ants escape from the farm, they begin searching for food. The ants start with Max’s sandwich, and soon they’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue and gets the better of those ants. This book teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they’re easy to see. I would use it to teach my students the alphabet.

    • Kaitlyn Tankersley says:

      When Max’s ants escape from the farm, they begin searching for food. The ants start with Max’s sandwich, and soon they’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue and gets the better of those ants. This book teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they’re easy to see. I would use it to teach my students the alphabet.

    • Tricia says:

      ABC book that reads like a story. Each sentence includes highlighted examples of the letter being featured. Max and Ruby draw interest of children who may be reluctant to otherwise read an ABC book.

    • Karen says:

      I'm not a big fan of Rosemary Wells, so I winced a little when my son picked out this book from the library the other day, and then to read last night, but it was better than I thought it would be. It made him giggle in a few places, so that's a good thing.

    • Kirsten says:

      This is always a favorite. Rosemary Wells' illustrations are hilarious, and while sometimes the associations between the letters and the text are a little tenuous, the story is a lot of fun and it really keeps the kids engaged. It always gets adult caregivers giggling, too.

    • Lindsey Gibson says:

      This book tells the story of Max and the ants that wouldn’t leave him alone. Each page of the story began with a certain letter of the alphabet. I would have students write a book using the alphabet in order throughout the story.

    • Serena says:

      A cute book with the beloved Max character by Rosemary Wells. Max gets into all sorts of accidents on his way through the alphabet. Young students will love this book-great pictures, cute characters, and reinforcement of the alphabet!

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