LMNO Peas by Keith Baker

Cover of the book LMNO Peas by Keith BakerLMNO Peas, by Keith Baker, will bring a smile to parents who have heard their children slur the middle letters together as they sing the alphabet song. This engaging book is populated by lively Peas whose occupations and activities match the letters of the alphabet. These little “pea-ple” are acrobats and explorers, parachutists and X-ray doctors.

Baker’s colorful illustrations bring the peas to life as they bicycle across the pages to the finish line, dive underwater or juggle dishes. The images are simple and clear, perfect for reading aloud to a group, but with plenty of detail to invite closer looking. Parents will enjoy such hidden treasures as “The King” singing for the kayakers. See if you can find the ladybug hiding in every two-page spread.

With this delightful book, Baker has given us a fresh take on alphabet books. The little green peas swarming over the large pastel letters have an amazing sense of personality.

Vegetables have never been so entertaining!

This review was originally published on the Central Rappahannock Regional Library’s Shelf Life blog.


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I'm the Children's Services Coordinator for the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library in Central Virginia.
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