A B Sea Creatures

An Astonishing Aquatic Alphabet!

Children - Animals
32 Pages
Reviewed on 11/01/2019
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Author Biography

CRAIG MACNAUGHTON is a stay-at-home-parent, fine artist and film buff. He launched “A B Sea Creatures” in October, 2019 with “Birds of a Letter” following in June 2020, and many more on the way! He is also a budding chef, graphic designer and award-winning filmmaker, and a member of Julie Hedlund’s 12x12 Challenge, The Forest Hill Art Club and CANSCAIP (Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers). Craig lives in Toronto with his wife and two kids.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

A B Sea Creatures: An Astonishing Aquatic Alphabet by Craig Macnaughton takes young readers on an enchanting journey underwater and introduces them to the creatures living there. Be it the Angler Fish, the Blue Crab, the Cuttlefish, or the Dumbo Octopus, children will have fun learning the alphabet with the help of these sea creatures. Learning one's ABCs couldn't be more exciting and adventurous than with the help of the fabulous creatures that live underwater. Apart from teaching the alphabet, the book also gives information about the creatures that live in the sea and will encourage youngsters to learn more about marine life in a way that is adventurous. Let's read the book to learn our ABCs and get acquainted with the colorful marine life that plays an important role in the ecosystem of the planet.

I love the author's approach to a topic that has been tackled before. Craig Macnaughton makes it innovative, unique, creative, and different from the usual alphabet books. A B Sea Creatures has color, adventure, and fun, and encourages young readers to learn more about the different sea creatures. The illustrations are colorful and magical, just like the sea creatures that many readers are not aware of, and they bring out the diversity of marine life beautifully. This is a perfect book for tutors and parents to introduce their children to a whole lot of fun and interesting things connected with the ocean. Tutors and parents can use it in classrooms and homes to start a discussion about the creatures living in the sea and make youngsters aware of the colorful marine life that exists and that needs to be protected.