About the Book
Life is good in Alphabet Alley—at least, the Consonants think so! They enjoy the chaos they’ve created by eliminating the vowels on all of their traffic signs. No readable traffic signs mean no traffic rules! They spend their days speeding, swerving, and having a smashing good time.
The Vowels, on the other hand, are well-behaved and do not appreciate the foolhardy carelessness of the Consonants. They bravely step forward and offer their help. But accidents keep piling up. There are more crashes, more damage, and more conflict! While the Consonants revel in the chaos they’ve created, the Vowels constantly struggle to live in peace. Will the inhabitants of Alphabet Alley ever learn to cooperate? Will they finally find out what they can achieve when they work together as a team?
Alphabet Alley is a fun and educational way to help children learn the importance of how consonants and vowels work together to form words. Help your young readers learn how to put the letters together with this thrilling tale of phonetic cooperation.
About the Author
Lorraine Buege was blessed to work with young children for twenty-five years as an educator, and especially enjoyed introducing them to the world of phonics. She can often be found reading to and drawing with her three grandchildren. She and her husband, Jim, live in Lake Mills, Wisconsin.