New Alphabet Of Animals

New Alphabet Of Animals This durable board book edition of Christopher Wormell s critically acclaimed The New Alphabet of Animals is sure to be a hit with children who are too young to handle the expensive cloth bound editio

  • Title: New Alphabet Of Animals
  • Author: Christopher Wormell
  • ISBN: 9780762427291
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • This durable board book edition of Christopher Wormell s critically acclaimed The New Alphabet of Animals is sure to be a hit with children who are too young to handle the expensive cloth bound edition Wormell s vivid linoleum block prints of exotic and unusual animals, from armadillo to zorilla, form a delightful and surprising alphabet Age Range 18 months to 5 yeThis durable board book edition of Christopher Wormell s critically acclaimed The New Alphabet of Animals is sure to be a hit with children who are too young to handle the expensive cloth bound edition Wormell s vivid linoleum block prints of exotic and unusual animals, from armadillo to zorilla, form a delightful and surprising alphabet Age Range 18 months to 5 years

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    1. We bought this as a companion to "Teeth, Tails, & Tentacles" and it has the same printmaking style of illustrations. I learned about some animals that I had never heard of before, but Oscar will probably grow up thinking they're run-of-the-mill ABC types. He'll be dismayed to find out that Z is usually for zebra, not zorilla. Zorilla?!

    2. I was worried I wouldn't like this as much as Teeth, Tentacles, and Tails. But it was fantastic. Both the uppercase and lowercase letters are shown on one page with a beautifully rendered animal on the facing page. A major selling point is the pages before the title page where each illustration is paired with its letter in miniature. It's great for singing the ABC's with your child.

    3. Not sure what makes this one 'new'. However, lovely and simple animal illustrations with no words only upper and lower case letter with name of animal underneath. For similar style with numbers see Teeth, Tails, & Tentacles: An Animal Counting Book.

    4. Beautifully laid out. Lovely illustrations (linoleum-block, says the back of the book). Some unusual animals here, such as the newt, ibex, and kingfisher. Great for both of my boys (3.5 yrs. & 1.5 yrs.).

    5. I love the beautiful, clear illustrations of this book and its predecessor. I am only slightly disappointed that the xenops (bird) is used in both versions. Other animal alphabet books could have surely given some suggestions for other X-named animals.

    6. This isn't a story, just the alphabet with a wonderful wood engraved illustration of an animal for each letter.

    7. There is one animal illustration per letter. We tried to guess what animal would be on the next page. Some were impossible (Narwhal? Umbrella Bird?)

    8. Honestly they could have worked harder on the selections. Zorilla instead of zebra? A fun little book though, and the kids just love it.

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