Tuesday: Weekly Book Review—ABC Books
I have added a new book to my list of favorite ABC Books and Flashcards, it might have made it’s way up to the top of my list, I love it that much!
A Child’s Alphabet of Play by Ida Pearle is an ABC book that is vintage-inspired cut-paper images of children at play. The text is simple and captures the beauty of childhood.
This was my original ABC Resource Post:
For the past few months in our home we have been working on learning the ABCs. The first thing I did to introduce my daughter to the alphabet was read her numerous alphabet books. Our library has rows and rows of alphabet books. We checked out quite a few over a several weeks and soon found our favorites.
We liked Kippers A to Z: An Alphabet Adventure by Mick Inkpen so much we bought it online along with the book on tape so we could hear Kipper’s cute British accent read it to us.
Each illustration in ABC: A Child’s First Alphabet Book by Alison Jay will keep you entertained for quite awhile. Every page is dedicated to one letter and has many different obvious and not so obvious items in the picture beginning with the letter. If you pay attention closely while reading the book you will notice a love story unfold in the pictures.
Baby Einstein Alphabooks are perfect for when you decide to start introducing the alphabet to your kids. The box contains a book for each letter that has real life photos along with great works of art that go along with the letter. The box and little books are very durable by the way Eric Carle Alphabet Flash Cards are the best resource to review letters with your children and play fun games with. They are quite durable as well!