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The Traveling Letter A:

A Case of the A&A Detective Agency

Take an Alphabet Adventure with Alex and Abby of the A&A Detective Agency. The young detectives are called to action when objects with the letter A begin disappearing all over Liter-A-City.
 
The Alphabet Reserve is left with only 25 letters. Who took the letter A? Was it Captain Consonant? Rex the Reader? Or could it be the Vowel Villain?
Join them as they discover who stole the letter A and where it is hidden. While they rush around; cars, taxis, planes and more are disappearing in front of their eyes.
 
Will they find the letter A in time to save Liter-A-City?

An absolutely WONDERFUL book to help show all the different ways letters complete words! Just because you can't hear the A doesn't mean it isn't important to the word. This book puts a fun, interesting story to help your child better understand reading, and they are sure to be invested in the plot all the way through. Full of bold color and characters, each page is chock-full of personality and story intrigue. Even the villain is unique and interesting! This is definitely a story to pull your kids back time and time again.

Children’s Book Roundup

I enjoyed reading “The Traveling Letter A: A Case of the A&A Detective Agency” by Mrs. Lauren Zisa Samulka, and illustrated by Gail Vachon Zisa and Robert Izzo and I felt this was an interesting and captivating story for children since it presents a mystery illustrated with excellent figures with scenes and characters having extremely bright and attention keeping colors.

Five Stars

I felt this is an intriguing and exciting story for children with magical events told at a fast pace perfect for small children to keep them entertained and to educate them in a very enjoyable way. I also thought this story is an excellent story to read aloud to a group of children making them wonder and enjoy learning and expand their intuitive abilities. I also enjoyed the highly colorful illustrations with touches of humor, the twists and turns, and magical events, and the well-thought-out plot and the happy ending. Very well done! Highly recommended!

Bruce Miller, Team Golfwell