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Thecharacters in this rhythmic, rhyming baby book are a lowercase alphabet with attitude A told b, and b told c, I ll meet you at the top of the coconut tree which probably seemed like a good idea until the othermembers of the gang decided to follow suit The palm tree standing straight and tall on the first page begins to groan and bend under its alphabetical burden First the coconuts fall off, then Chicka chicka BOOM BOOM all the letters also end up in a big heap underneath


10 thoughts on “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

  1. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Sung reviewed by my niece and I Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an alphabet learning book and waaay below my 6 year old niece s reading level, but we enjoyed the heck out of it anyway Letters A through Z climb up a coconut tree Eventually they fall with a boom, only to begin all over again.The rhyme scheme in this book makes it excellent for singing Plus, the words chicka chicka boom boom punctuate some of the pages, making for a great chorus So, I sang the book and my niece provide Sung reviewed by my niece and I Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an alphabet learning book and waaay below my 6 year old niece s reading level, but we enjoyed the heck out of it anyway Letters A through Z climb up a coconut tree Eventually they fall with a boom, only to begin all over again.The rhyme scheme in this book makes it excellent for singing Plus, the words chicka chicka boom boom punctuate some of the pages, making for a great chorus So, I sang the book and my niece provided an energetic series of CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOMS every now and thenoccasionally when they weren t even on the page She just went with it, improvising to her heart s content That was awesome Can we do it again Yes, yes we can


  2. Andre Gonzalez Andre Gonzalez says:

    Quick and fun read with the kids


  3. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a story about the alphabet letters climbing a coconut tree The lower case letters climb up the tree, but the tree bends and the letters fall out Then capital letters the older relatives help the lower case letters back up into the tree Each of the lower case letters gets hurt during the fall from the tree and the book describes each letter s injury Then, at night, letter A dares the other letters to catch him while he climbs the coconut tree Chicka Chicka Boom Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a story about the alphabet letters climbing a coconut tree The lower case letters climb up the tree, but the tree bends and the letters fall out Then capital letters the older relatives help the lower case letters back up into the tree Each of the lower case letters gets hurt during the fall from the tree and the book describes each letter s injury Then, at night, letter A dares the other letters to catch him while he climbs the coconut tree Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an alphabet picture book because the story is told through the use of bright pictures and text The color of the letters in the text also correlates with the letters in the pictures Further, the book jumps right into the story without unnecessary dialogue This book is great to use when teaching the alphabet because of its use of repetition and rhyming The use of these literary devices and bright and fun illustrations makes this book a great text to use for teaching the alphabet to kindergartners, first graders, and second graders


  4. Quinn Breen Quinn Breen says:

    25 25 Q s MRS.MORGANThis book puts Shakespeare and Hamilton to shame A children s book, yet studied by Harvard and Yale scholars Albert Einstein and Bill Nye the Science Guy were read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom as children Upon dissection of a child s brain, they found that this book had increased the size of their frontal lobe by 500% In fact, to be accepted to Harvard, one must write a 30 page essay about the significance of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom It is said, that students who read this bo 25 25 Q s MRS.MORGANThis book puts Shakespeare and Hamilton to shame A children s book, yet studied by Harvard and Yale scholars Albert Einstein and Bill Nye the Science Guy were read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom as children Upon dissection of a child s brain, they found that this book had increased the size of their frontal lobe by 500% In fact, to be accepted to Harvard, one must write a 30 page essay about the significance of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom It is said, that students who read this book once a day, will pass all AP exams they take in their life


  5. Lisa Lisa says:

    I love this one I read it to Gabe for the first time today and I can tell he s going to love it too He was enthralled by the rhythm.


  6. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    Although I see this on many children s lists, and it was in the Kindergarten box I borrowed from the library A whole box you can check out that are picked out a head of time based on a theme, letters, numbers, shapes, etc , but my kids found it okay I m wondering if maybe it just didn t hold their attention long enough for them to understand the story It is a cute concept with nice illustrations, just not one of our favorites.


  7. Beth Beth says:

    We read this often It makes Emily smile.


  8. Robyn Robyn says:

    Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is one that I remembered reading as a kid but before I re read it I couldn t remember what it was about It was a fun tongue twisting rhyming book that I m sure any kid would enjoy reading listening to The colorful pages and big print make it easy and entertaining to read as well.


  9. La Coccinelle La Coccinelle says:

    This is a great example of why you shouldn t judge a book by its cover.I wasn t even sure what I was in for when I picked this one up The cover doesn t do the book any justice It s an alphabet book in rhyme, and what a rhyme it is To really appreciate it, you should read it aloud I did thank goodness there was nobody around and got totally sucked in It s almost like you re performing a chant, or one of those clapping games from childhood well, my childhood I may be dating myself here This is a great example of why you shouldn t judge a book by its cover.I wasn t even sure what I was in for when I picked this one up The cover doesn t do the book any justice It s an alphabet book in rhyme, and what a rhyme it is To really appreciate it, you should read it aloud I did thank goodness there was nobody around and got totally sucked in It s almost like you re performing a chant, or one of those clapping games from childhood well, my childhood I may be dating myself here The basic premise is that all the lowercase letters climb to the top of the coconut tree which can t hold them all After they all fall down, everyone s upset and the capital letters come running to help It s a different sort of concept for an alphabet book.The pictures are simple perhaps a little too simple but then again, so is the story It s the rhyme that s the real star here This would be fun to read to kids and I imagine that, after a few read throughs, the kids would be joining in Quotable moment


  10. Gail Cooke Gail Cooke says:

    You re not going to believe this alphabet book it s bold, bright and beautiful Brilliant colors fill each polka dot bordered page as the alphabet begins its adventurous journey to the top of a coconut tree The rhymes are irresistible and fun to read again and again CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM 2010 is the first oversized board book edition, and in this case bigger is definitely bettereye popping than ever Originally published in 1989 this alphabet book has appealed to generations of you You re not going to believe this alphabet book it s bold, bright and beautiful Brilliant colors fill each polka dot bordered page as the alphabet begins its adventurous journey to the top of a coconut tree The rhymes are irresistible and fun to read again and again CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM 2010 is the first oversized board book edition, and in this case bigger is definitely bettereye popping than ever Originally published in 1989 this alphabet book has appealed to generations of youngsters and shows no signs of slowing down Now, the latest edition gives an entirely new generation of children the opportunity to learn as they play beginning with A told B, and B told C, I ll meet you at the top of the coconut tree What a festive way to learn ABC s all the way through to Last to come X Y Z And the sun goes down on the coconut tree Enjoy Gail Cooke