Alphabet Adventure Book for Kids

Samara and Alphabet: Saving the Birds

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What happens when three young fledglings come under attack? How do Samara and Alphabet, the elephant save them? This book also introduces Kai, Samara's friend. 

This book builds sensitivity in children for the animals and birds we see around us in daily life. It also helps develop their problem solving and early storytelling skills. This book is part of our 'Adventures of Samara and Alphabet Series'. Other books in this series currently include:

  • Samara and Alphabet - The first magic trick 

Age: 3-6 years 

Early Readers: Yes

Skills: Empathy, Problem Solving, Storytelling

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Aditi Sriram, Professor of Academic Writing
Absolutely Great!

“Thanks for this great idea, Samara and Alphabet!”

Extra Book Project

There is no better way to teach our children empathy than to give them enough opportunities to practice this important skill. With each purchase on our website, you can opt to receive an extra book to pass forward at a nominal charge. We would love for you to share this extra book with a friend/ teacher/ library/ government school or any other member of society that you want to see benefit from the advantages of reading.

We are so grateful to have this wonderful family of parents and caregivers that are constantly striving to not only raise readers but also conscious citizens.  

What our readers say about us

Aditi Sriram, Professor of Academic Writing

"Alphabet is such a memorable character, and Siya has learned way more about nests and birds from that book than I thought she would. She was quite engrossed in the idea of people helping animals (especially the dog from the firecrackers), and loved the illustrations of the various vets.

Personally, I missed seeing the Mama Bird return at the end of the story. Did they remove the scarecrow before she arrived? Was Alphabet freed of his crown, or stuck in that position the whole time? He was rather restless at the beginning of the book, so how did he deal with that? I'm guessing the kids don't ask this question, though ;) I'm excited for more adventures with Alphabet!"

Neha Sethi

"Absolutely marvelous kids books"