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Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite
Learning the alphabet is the first step in teaching your children to read and write, and animals are one of children's favorite topics. Animal Alphabet by Mark Edmondson is a combination of these two topics; it includes the names of different species of animals from A to Z. Each page consists of a capital letter, a small letter, the name of an animal that begins with the letter, and a silhouette image of the animal in a beautiful background. The pictures can be utilized as a search-and-find game for kids. Some animal names used in Animal Alphabet are not well known, and it will be fun to learn more about them with your children.
Animal Alphabet is a must-have for child educators. I recommend sticking the pages of this book in a children's classroom or bedroom. Mark Edmondson used vibrant colors to create an abstract painting fit for a gallery. I believe Pablo Picasso would have been proud of this work. The animals mentioned are not your everyday preschool animals. This is a unique touch that Edmondson added, and I appreciate the research and effort he invested into this work of art. It is not just an A-To-Z picture book; it is your child's first step to learning the English language. I highly recommend this to parents, guardians, and teachers. Have fun with your kids, learn about new animals, and teach your children the alphabet with Animal Alphabet.