CARMINE: A Little More Red The illustrator tries her hand at words and images in this delightful alphabet and fairytale twist. Carmine loves to make pictures, and she loves all the versions of the color red, like her name. When Granny calls and mentions she's made alphabet soup ("beware of dangers"), Carmine takes her dog Rufus, her bike, her paints and paper and goes off to Gran's, after promising not to "dilly-dally
LibraryThing Review Carmine is an adaptation of the fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood". Many students will possibly already know the tale and be able to guess the outline of the story. It's fun for them because the
LibraryThing Review This book is about a girl named Carmine who is off to go to her grandmather's house. On the way she stops to paint and encounters a wolf. She eventually gets to her grandmothers house and gets to eat the alphabet soup that her grandmother made for her. I liked the use of vocabulary in this book.
LibraryThing Review This is a story about a little girl named Carmine and her trip to her grandmothers house. Along the way she finds that every letter of the alphabet can be found in the world around her. This is a cute
LibraryThing Review On her way to her grandmother house she started dilly dallying around. She used alphabets in the book which I like. She is always using the color red.
LibraryThing Review Carmine is a twist on Little Red Riding Hood. I liked the book because it provided the reader with some pretty decent vocabulary words on each page from A-Z. Little kids love learning big words, so I