Not only is this book great for learning about alliteration, but this book is also fun to read! The kids will have no problem staying engaged with this book. You could even incorporate alliterative writing with this book. The kids would love to come up with their very own alliterations. After reading this book, give the kids a piece of paper and model for them by coming up with your own alliteration and posting it to the board so they can follow by your example, but I think this activity will be a lot of fun and the children should only need a little guidance because who doesn't like to come up with funny alliterations? I would recommended this book for a first to second grade class. We could probably even stretch that and say 3rd grade, too.