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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
ABC 123 Color Animal Kid: The Journey Through The Forest by Irene Jane Holmes is an educational and informative book for children that will take them through the forest along with Mikey, and teach them counting in a fun and interactive way. Apart from counting, children learn a lot of new things such as letters of the alphabet both in upper and lower cases, colors, animals, sights, and sounds. As they walk through the forest with Mikey, children get to appreciate the beauty of nature and become adventurous. So let us go on this forest walk with Mikey and see what he has to show us.
I like the idea of weaving the learning angle into Mikey’s walk in the forest because it not only teaches young readers counting; it also introduces them to a lot of new things which are informative. These look appealing when viewed through the eyes of a small boy and the illustrations are vibrant and captivate young readers even more. By writing a book like this, the author has proved that learning and teaching children can be done in a fun and interactive manner so that their attention is on the topic and book till the end. The alphabet, numbers, colors, animals, and the five senses of hearing, seeing, smelling, feeling, and tasting have been knitted so beautifully into the story. I recommend this book to all parents, tutors, and educators to introduce to their children and students at home and in classrooms because learning and teaching children can be fun when done in an interactive way.