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About the Author Roger Priddy left school at 16 with just one qualification-in art. He went to Berkshire College of Art and Design and trained as an illustrator. His first job in children's books was working with the publisher Peter Usborne, at Usborne Publishing, and then he worked with Peter Kindersley at Dorling Kindersley, where he spent 16 years. Roger Priddy's passion for educating children through fun, informative and engaging books has led him to create some of publishing's most enduring and successful nonfiction early learning books.
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Alphabet Book Reviews
Peek through to find out what each letter stands for. This is a lovely book with vintage-style illustrations. Alphabet City , by Stephen T. On each page, children find a letter by looking at architecture or sights in the city. Firefighters A to Z , by Chris L. This firefighter-themed alphabet book is an action-filled story with bright letters to begin each page. Farm Alphabet Book , by Jane Miller. We like this simple, photo-illustrated book perfect for teaching young children about the farm.
It has lovely, authentic photographs with text that is just the right length. G is for Goat , by Patricia Polacco. I Stink! A rowdy, raucous garbage truck takes us through the alphabet. This is a truly unique lift-the-flap book!
Each cut out shows the object represented by a letter. When you lift the flap, you see the entire letter.
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The Handmade Alphabet , by Laura Rankin. On each page, children hunt for an object in famous artwork that begins with a particular letter. The book is breathtaking and a wonderful introduction to famous art, but many of the I Spy puzzles are too hard for preschoolers. M is for magpie! This book takes us through the first day of kindergarten, with Miss Bindergarten a collie filling and decorating the empty classroom as students get ready to arrive.
This is a truly stunning book with simple objects for each letter N is for nose in accompanying artwork. Definitely one to own! Nancy loves fancy words, and she shares her favorites from A-Z in this fun book for building vocabulary. This hilarious book had us laughing out loud! The other letters want to go first, too. You might enjoy this one even more than your preschooler. Old Black Fly, by Jim Aylesworth. We own this one and read it often.
This is a simple alphabet board book featuring objects from the popular Olivia books.
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We love the cute and busy peas on each page. Chicka chicka boom boom! Uppercase letters rush to comfort their injured children. Can your child guess why Q is for duck?
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Because a duck quacks. K is for mule because a mule kicks. U is for prairie dog because they live underground.
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What a great book for getting kids to think! This is a brilliant and beautiful book with found rocks representing objects for each letter. Who knew that so many interesting rocks were waiting to be found? We love the rhymes and the hilarious pictures. For example, B is for eggs because tomorrow they will be birds.
The Toot and Puddle books are darling, and this one is no exception. Puddle teaches him, using his own delightful illustrations. This is a simple book with a folk-art style and a collection of American objects, events, and activities. The text and pictures are right at a preschool level. This is a truly unique alphabet book which you turn on its side, upside down, and to the other side as you read. What new picture does the letter make?
Eating the Alphabet, by Lois Ehlert. This is a creative book featuring the popular bunny pair, Max and Ruby. A new letter on every page highlights the next event in this fun story. For each letter we see a new occupation in this clever book with retro-style illustrations. My kids really enjoyed this book about a hungry T-Rex who finds that C is chewy, D is delicous, and K tastes great with ketchup!
This book with stunning collage illustrations and lovely, rhythmic rhyme features animals who live in the ocean. I was delighted to discover this beautiful book of photographs! Z is for Moose , by Kelly Bingham. He impatiently pushes his way onto every page until he finally gets to letter M. But M is for mouse! Thankfully, his friend Zebra lets him join in on the last page.
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Animalia , by Graeme Base. This is a positively breathtaking book that is more like a coffee table book than a book you will read aloud to your preschooler. I remember growing up with this one and paging through it many times, even as a kid in elementary school. This a brilliantly illustrated book of unusual shopkeepers on Market Street. Each one is created from his wares!
Even older children will enjoy this unique alphabet book. Alphabeep , by Debora Pearson. I Spy Letters , by Jean Morzollo. This board book was a favorite of my children as toddlers, probably because I created my own tune for it. They also loved the rhymes and bold photographs.