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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Animal ABCs by Alisha Weston/Franks is a useful tool to teach the alphabet to young children. Each letter has an animal sporting a funny look or showing off something amusing which will capture the attention of young readers and make learning the alphabet easy and exciting. Whether it's the cat wearing a cool cape, a giraffe that likes to chew gum, or a kangaroo that flies its kite, the author reaches out to kids in an engaging way, making learning a fun process and the book visually appealing.
I found the book perfect for young children to learn the alphabet. The illustrations and the author's words make the book eye catching and interesting. The illustrations are fun and colorful and the pages will draw readers into the book. It's a good bedtime storybook and parents and grandparents can use it for bedtime story-telling for their kids and grandkids. The book can also be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries. It's perfect for educators and tutors who are working with young children to teach them the alphabet with the help of pictures and delightful words.
These kinds of books are perfect for young children as they learn new things in a fun way and the pictures and words do not make them feel as if they are learning. They not only learn the alphabet through this, but also the names of different animals, and the new words in the book will help them improve their vocabulary.