D is for... Daniel the Diplodocus

D is for... Daniel the Diplodocus is a fun way for young children to learn their alphabet and some new words. It follows the adventures of Daniel, as he goes in search of things beginning with the letter d, and he asks for the reader's help in doing this. Colourful illustrations make this book fun to read and learn. The story is aimed at young children from 2 to 6 years of age, including ESL. More
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About Dee Kyte

Hello! I have lived in England all my life, have been married for more than 30 years, and I have a grown-up son.

I am a qualified teacher of English as a second language.

It is through teaching young Chinese children online, that I came across the idea for my books. I realised that children like to learn through stories that are humorous, especially those with pictures, but they don’t always have a long attention span, so prefer short stories.

Put that all together and you get the Fun to Learn and My Dinosaur Alphabet series. There are 10 ebooks in the Fun to Learn series, and these are also available in paperback through Amazon. The ebooks in the My Dinosaur Alphabet series have recently been in the top-selling New Releases in the Early Learning Category on Amazon.

When not writing or teaching English as a second language, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, walking, travelling and eating out.

See you soon.

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About the Series: My Dinosaur Alphabet
A fun way for children to learn their alphabet by following the adventures of different dinosaurs beginning with the different letters of the alphabet. A is for... Adam the Allosaurus, B is for... Bianca the Brachiosaurus, etc. Children are asked to help the dinosaurs find the different letters, aided by colourful illustrations.

Also in Series: My Dinosaur Alphabet

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