Get ready to roll through the alphabet with a jaunty cast of busy little peas Featuring a range of zippy characters from Acrobat Peas to Zoologist Peas, this picture book highlights a variety of interests, hobbies, and careers each one themed to a letter of the alphabet and gives a wonderful sense of the colorful world we live in


10 thoughts on “LMNO Peas

  1. Matt Matt says:

    What fun a little green vegetable can be when you incorporate the alphabet Neo devoured this as he listed all letters of the alphabet and some words associated with each.


  2. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This is a very cute alphabet book, suitable for the youngest child all the way up to early elementary school age children.The concept is that peas have a variety of jobs and activities that start with A through Z Most pages havethan one activity per letter.The peas are cute, the illustrations are fun, and I love that We re readers represents the letter R There are big uppercase letters in vivid though not overly bright colors, and a lot to view on each page The pictures are cute and This is a very cute alphabet book, suitable for the youngest child all the way up to early elementary school age children.The concept is that peas have a variety of jobs and activities that start with A through Z Most pages havethan one activity per letter.The peas are cute, the illustrations are fun, and I love that We re readers represents the letter R There are big uppercase letters in vivid though not overly bright colors, and a lot to view on each page The pictures are cute and attractive, and I was struck by the wonderful colors used throughout.The contents teach the alphabet and also cover, and probably often introduce, many careers leisure pastimes, and various activities The plot free story rhyme is enjoyable.I could have done without the last line, but I suppose it could generate opportunities for kids to express themselves, although I think the rest of the book could instigate discussion without it I guess it has to end somehow other than just what it said about the letter Z.This is a worthy addition to the alphabet book genre


  3. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This is probably a 3.5 STAR book for me I think it s a fun idea and best of all would probably appeal equally to boys and girls You see, there are these peas and they go through the alphabet showing all the different sorts of things they love to do Some of the ideas are really cute and inventive, beyond just the usual alphabet norms I like, for example, with V they are veterinarians taking care of bugs Ultimately, though, I just wasn t a huge fan of the illustration style which is noth This is probably a 3.5 STAR book for me I think it s a fun idea and best of all would probably appeal equally to boys and girls You see, there are these peas and they go through the alphabet showing all the different sorts of things they love to do Some of the ideas are really cute and inventive, beyond just the usual alphabet norms I like, for example, with V they are veterinarians taking care of bugs Ultimately, though, I just wasn t a huge fan of the illustration style which is nothing against it just a personal taste that kept me from liking thisthan I do Still, I d definitely recommend it to anyone seeking a fun and unique alphabet book


  4. Abigail Abigail says:

    This delightful alphabet picture book from Keith Baker is a real peas of workWe re acrobats, artists, and astronauts in space We re builders, bathers, and bikers in a race,intone the Alphabet Peas, highlighting each letter, from A to Z, and demonstrating that, whatever the cliches might be about peas in a pod, no two of them are alike.The rollicking rhymes of Baker s simple narrative make LMNO Peas an ideal read aloud selection with younger children the perfect introduction to th This delightful alphabet picture book from Keith Baker is a real peas of workWe re acrobats, artists, and astronauts in space We re builders, bathers, and bikers in a race,intone the Alphabet Peas, highlighting each letter, from A to Z, and demonstrating that, whatever the cliches might be about peas in a pod, no two of them are alike.The rollicking rhymes of Baker s simple narrative make LMNO Peas an ideal read aloud selection with younger children the perfect introduction to the alphabet, presented in an entertaining and creative way while his digitally created artwork is colorful and full of fun I don t know that I m the greatest connoisseur of alphabet books Chandra Oh Chandra, where are you , but I was won over by this charming title, with its very sweet peas Hey, don t blame me fellow readers, the author s profile on the rear dust jacket flap describes his emotional life in full, from the times when he is happea, to the days when he is grumpea


  5. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    Wonderful alphabet picture book, with a large letter on each page surrounded by clever and cute little peas engaging in activities that start with that letter Not your run of the mill alphabet book, little ones and those reading to them will love spying out the peas scattered around the pages to see what they are up to.Very Highly Recommend


  6. Darcy Darcy says:

    GAAAAAH so fun I got a sweet book haul for Christmas and checked this one out first Each page has a large letter from what my mom says is called the alphabet And surrounding said letter, illustrations of cute little peas engaged in various activities that start with that letter It rhymes, too One tiny thumb way up M


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    I like the illustrations but I love that there sthan the usual for occupations My favorite, was Botanists Let s teach kidsof this.


  8. David David says:

    LMNO Peas by Keith Baker is an ap PEA ling ABC book that features peas who go through the alphabet showing all the different things they love to do, including a variety of occupations.Energetic peas introduce themselves one page 1 We are peas alphabet peas We work and play in the ABC s In two page spreads, covering from 1 to 4 letters at a time, the peas show and tell what they like to do, using nouns with the featured letter The book concludes We are peas from A to Z Now tell us, please LMNO Peas by Keith Baker is an ap PEA ling ABC book that features peas who go through the alphabet showing all the different things they love to do, including a variety of occupations.Energetic peas introduce themselves one page 1 We are peas alphabet peas We work and play in the ABC s In two page spreads, covering from 1 to 4 letters at a time, the peas show and tell what they like to do, using nouns with the featured letter The book concludes We are peas from A to Z Now tell us, please Who ARE YOU The rhyming text uses both familiar words, and vocabulary stretching words such as acrobats, electricians, investigators, kayakers, outlaws, parachutists, quilters, scientists, volunteers, weavers, yogis and zoologists Occasionally a pea will have a word bubble with a comment or sentence Besides occupations, there are bathers, campers, drivers, eaters, gigglers, givers and takers, listeners, neighbors, readers, voters, and wishers The illustrations are rendered digitally The large capital letters are different colors and textures, with happy, busy peas working on, in, under and around the letters Peas are clothed in the apropriate attire for each activity Occasionally an activity will continue beyond one page, as with the bikers in a race The clever design elments give this book extra appeal.This unique alphabet book should interest children and introduce them to the alphabet, different occupations and new vocabulary A variety of potential curriculum connections include exploring the wide variety of hobbies, favorite pastimes, and professions shown, introducing community helpers, language arts and phonics topics, and PE or health units promoting exercise and outdoor activities.For ages 2.5 to 6, alphabet, rhymes, occupations, vocabulary, peas, uniqueness, and fans of Keith Baker


  9. Grace Grace says:

    Keith Baker sends us on a trip with the alphabet peas to discover different jobs a child can grow up to be From acrobats to zoologists, Baker colorfully and comically brings the little peas children eat at dinner to life With a large letter on every page, children can establish letter recognition and connect that to everyday jobs and occupations LMNO Peas would be best for an early reader or letter learner, but the upbeat rhyming pattern will have anyone dancing in his or her seat Every page Keith Baker sends us on a trip with the alphabet peas to discover different jobs a child can grow up to be From acrobats to zoologists, Baker colorfully and comically brings the little peas children eat at dinner to life With a large letter on every page, children can establish letter recognition and connect that to everyday jobs and occupations LMNO Peas would be best for an early reader or letter learner, but the upbeat rhyming pattern will have anyone dancing in his or her seat Every page turn, the reader can expect a pea doing the unthinkable, which feeds the child s imagination LMNO Peas has won many awards, which I feel they are very deserving The manner in which Baker brings the little peas to life can open up a whole new world in the classroom, allowing teachers to have their students creatively bring to life any ordinary object to life Through this picture book, the reader discovers that there s nothing a pea cannot do


  10. Enoch Perez Enoch Perez says:

    Baker, Keith LMNO Peas 2010 This printed book delivers the alphabet in a colorful fashion The main characters, peas, in the story have jobs and they all coordinate together to present each letter with a corresponding word The story strategically transitions from one letter in an orderly fashion with the help of the peas The warm colors and the details of every single character create an appealing and attractive way in learning every letter of the alphabet The detailed illustrations bring Baker, Keith LMNO Peas 2010 This printed book delivers the alphabet in a colorful fashion The main characters, peas, in the story have jobs and they all coordinate together to present each letter with a corresponding word The story strategically transitions from one letter in an orderly fashion with the help of the peas The warm colors and the details of every single character create an appealing and attractive way in learning every letter of the alphabet The detailed illustrations bring life to each page which allows the reader to easily memorize and interact with the alphabet in print This clear and accessible book is great for early stages in reading because it helps generate interest and wonder for early readers The author uses the letter shapes, colors and the characters harmoniously to deliver the alphabet in a meaningful and educational way Target audience Ages 2 5