We have found that using books for teaching the alphabet is so helpful for little ones and easy for parents. Alphabet books are a great way to introduce toddlers to reading by helping them to associate letters with objects and sounds. Alphabet books for early listeners will help your toddlers build their vocabulary, so they are an excellent choice for children moving from infancy into toddlerhood.
Colorful and exciting, A to Z: An Alphabet of Animals introduces children to letter fun without making learning seem boring. The flaps are cleverly disguised by the shape of the letters, and toddlers can lift them to discover which animals are hiding under each letter. The chunky pages are toddler friendly, and the thick flaps, though as prone to tear as all flaps are, are easy for chubby fingers to lift. Young listeners will meet a narwhal under the N, an owl under the O, and a peacock under the P. The love of literacy begins with little ones listening to the reading of simple books. A to Z: An Alphabet of Animals allows toddlers to become familiar with letters in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Cleverly disguised by the shape of the letters children can find which animals are hiding under each letter in this fun lift-the-flap book.
An alphabet of animals is hiding under each letter in this fun lift-the-flap book! Your little one will meet a collection of colorful new friends as he or she learns the letters from A to Z. Children will love to turn the chunky pages and lift the flap on each letter to discover what animal is hiding underneath. Young readers will meet an alligator under the A, a bear under the B, and a crab under the C. And who is hiding under the rest of the letters?
Publisher's Information Publisher: Tiger Tales/Penguin Random House Author: Harriet Evans Illustrator: Linda Tordoff Age Recommendation: 2-5 Grade Recommendation: Preschool-PreK Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Pages: 20 Size: 7.375" x 7.375" ISBN: 9781680106770 Format: Board book Copyright: Sep. 14, 2021
Review by One Luckey Wife:
”If I had to choose one alphabet book for babies and toddlers I would go with this one. We use this board book in multiple ways. We go over the letters, animals, the sounds they make, and the different colors used.”