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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
Doogey Monster Alphabet Book by Aaron Albrecht is a breath of fresh air in educational children's books. Suitable for children, parents, and teachers alike, this ABC book is all about getting off the screen for a break and having fun outside. But more than that, it's designed to appeal to audiences that don't really like to read all that much. But this is where the images and pictures come in. The bright, lively, cute pictures will stimulate the imagination, and teach something as well. Nature can be an irresistible place to play, learn, and explore. It's a great teacher. If you can remember how much fun it was to run around, jump in a pile of leaves, jump over bushes or flowers, or even play hopscotch on a sidewalk, this will appeal to you, and maybe your young readers too.
This book bursts with energy and things to do from sports to animals and everything in between. If you've ever wanted to have a vacation from all the tech in your life, or your child's life, this book is a great place to start. From Aaron the alligator aiming arrows to Zach the zebra zipping on a zipline, these animals will take children on a zany adventure without realizing how educational it is. And if you're looking for a book to read together with your child, this is a good one. I like the simplicity of the concept - the basic alphabet, but with so much fun added to each letter, and the letter is used in multiple examples. Fans of Dr. Seuss, The Berenstain Bears, and similar works will appreciate Doogey Monster Alphabet Book by Aaron Albrecht.