The Vowel Family

The Vowel Family

A Tale of Lost Letters

Book - 2008
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The members of the Vowel family have a hard time talking until their children, Alan, Ellen, Iris, Otto, and Ursula, are born, and when one of them gets lost one day, it takes their Aunt Cyndy to fix the problem.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Carolrhoda Books, c2008.
ISBN: 9780822579823
Branch Call Number: J 428.1 Walker
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,23 x28 cm.
Additional Contributors: Luthardt, Kevin


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McIndoo Dec 08, 2012

I didn't find it difficult to read the text that was missing its vowels but didn't find the story very good or interesting. Kids perhaps, 8+ year-olds, might find it funny to figure out the words missing their vowels or try to pronounce the words written as they are. It does have a great message in the end - come to the library and find lots of books to read, book with vowels too!

MariePat Dec 06, 2012

I was not very impressed with this book. I found it hard to read as an adult and I' couldn't small children understanding the story. The missing vowels from the words made the story not understandable. I am sure there are better books out there to explain the concepts of vowels.


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