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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Poof ABC: Touch and Learn Alphabet - Ages 2-4 for Toddlers, Preschool and Kindergarten Kids is an educational picture book written by Arielle Berg and illustrated by Isabel Casal. Aiden the astronaut has an emergency situation in outer space. His spaceship, the ABC, is being pulled into a black hole, and the alphabet has been broken up into pieces. Can you help him fix his ship? On each page of this entertaining interactive book, kids are prompted to use their fingers to point to two letters in the appropriate order and place them in the flask at the bottom of the page. After they do so, a whimsical image, which combines the two letters treated, is revealed.
Arielle Berg’s Poof ABC makes learning the alphabet easy and fun. But Berg’s book goes further than that. Caregivers and kids can have a grand time guessing what the combined image of those two letters will be, and the genius of the book lies in the fact that those relationships are never static and never quite that easy to guess. I love books that challenge the imagination and get people thinking, and Poof ABC does just that, plus there’s the overall challenge and excitement of the science fiction plot. Isabel Casal’s illustrations work so very well with the plot; each panel is boldly and brightly colored, and the letters and their representative characters are creative and loads of fun. Ever see a dinosaur in goggles hitching a ride on a comet? That’s just the beginning. Poof ABC is a grand selection for story time, and the perfect starter book for a new reader. It’s most highly recommended.