ABC With Me

The Early Ed Series Book 6

Children - Concept
32 Pages
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Author Biography

D. A. Batrowny splits her time between New York State and The DC-Metro area. She has over 25 years of experience working with children and families in the field of nurse home visiting, growth and development, literacy, and early childhood education. She has worked as a home visitor, longitudinal study interviewer, children's non-profit program director and writer. She holds degrees in Nursing and Business Administration. She believes that all children should have the opportunity to reach their highest potential. Her goal is to share this information with the parents of every young child, starting at birth. This belief led to the idea for her first series, The "Artt" of Early Learning Series and The Early Ed Series. They were designed to promote growth and development, pre-literacy skills and fun!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen for Readers' Favorite

ABC With Me: The Early Ed Series Book 6 by D.A. Batrowny is a fun, educational children's book. The book teaches the alphabet in a fun, rhyming and lyrical way. It starts off "A is for Apple so shiny and red, B is for Blanket that covers the bed..." and continues through the rest of the alphabet. The book will help when children start reading in school, because it shows what the letters sound like. Once a child starts learning to read, this book would be great because it's a simple enough book that would be easy to read.

ABC With Me by D.A. Batrowny is the perfect book to teach the alphabet. The book rhymes and the rhyming is very well done. The rhyming also gives the book a fun rhythm. The book is an enjoyable read, because the writing and the pictures are both very well done. The pictures are very colourful and bold and perfectly depict each letter. The pictures would also help to ensure that the child remembers what they have learned. The book also teaches about certain objects mentioned in the book, like what a blanket is, or what an apple is, and so on. Author D.A. Batrowny introduces a new fun way to teach the alphabet by giving examples of when the letter is used. I would recommend this book to all young children to help them learn the alphabet.