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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Eve Heidi Bine-Stock’s Illustrated Alphabet of Farms is a children’s picture book that focuses on parts of the farm that children, and even a number of adults, might not know about. There is a pronunciation guide at the top of each page to help the child and adult understand how each word is meant to be pronounced. Each letter of the alphabet is displayed in capital form, as well as lower case form to educate the reader. In addition to the educational part, there are beautiful illustrations of what each word represents, along with a few catchy and rhyming lines of explanation.
Illustrated Alphabet of Farms by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock went above and beyond what I thought it was going to be. Some of the words were very new to me and I felt I got a good education on some of the ins and outs of farm life. Having come from descendants of a working dairy farm, I was curious about what I might learn, and Illustrated Alphabet of Farms taught me a lot about how my grandfather and his parents lived. The illustrations have a color pencil look to them. I’m not sure if that is the medium that was used or not, but it is effective and draws you in, making you want to see more. Illustrated Alphabet of Farms is the perfect book for any child reader interested in animals or interested in what goes into a farm to make it run. Illustrated Alphabet of Farms is a perfect book for all ages.