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  • Published: March 2013
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(P. Color)
  • Pages: 40
  • Size: 8.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781466981997
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One day, the letters begin to disagree about their sounds. The first letter in the alphabet, A, decides to start his own club. His name is Anthony and claims that his sound should be “aaahhh.” He chooses his color to be that of the amazing avocado. Feeling lonely, Anthony asks E, whose name is Ethel, to join his club. Her sound is “eugh,” and her color is the elegant eggshell. Later, I or Ignatius, joins the club with his sound, “i-i-i.” The color he picks is the incredible indigo. Then the curious O follows Ignatius. Her sound is “aw-w-w,” and opulent bronze becomes her color. The last one to join the club is U with his sound “uh-uh-uh.” His favorite color is unbelievable umber. The five members—A, E, I, O, U—call their club the Vowel Club. How the Short Vowel Club Got Started may be of interest to parents and educators who want to teach their children vowel sounds.

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