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Recent Customer Reviews in Alphabet

  • Animalia (Hardcover)

    Today $10.02
    Good Books - Good Service

    Apr 14, 2007

    lilypal  from New York, NY, Rating:5.0

    Animalia is a fantastic book to help children learn the alphabet at a young age and in a fun way. I love looking at the book myself and never get tired of finding new things in the marvelous pictures (neither do the kids). This is a book they can grow up with. I also appreciate saving a little money on the book and the shipping charges are always the best at Overstock.

  • Oct 18, 2010

    janie6  from rochester, ny, Rating:5.0

    Very much enjoyed by my 3 yr old granddaughter. She has begun to recognize her letters.

  • R is for Rhode Island Red

    Nov 4, 2009

    cheriebinns  from Wakefield, RI, Rating:5.0

    This book takes every letter of the alphabet and uses it to describe something in Rhode Island history, culture, geography or cuisine.We learn that Federal Hill, originally settled by Irish immigrants, became it's own "Little Italy "and is one of the largest concentrations of native born and first generation Italians per capita of any place in America. The State bird, animal, tree, plant are all identified and the history of how they came to be recognized as such. We learn that the Underground Railroad had stations near the grandest of the Newport Mansions and that RI , although buying, selling and owning slaves as part of the triangle trade, was also the first State to abolish ownership of another human being.This book is written for the young and old alike with illustrations that cause the child in all of us to crave more. They are realistic and fun and leave you wanting more than just the few substantial pages , characters and enjoyable history lessons between the covers. The Native...

  • Sep 9, 2011

    kerriek  from Wisconsin, Rating:4.0

    My 3 year old son is obsessed with construction equipment. Each page of the book shows the letter capitalized and lower case. He was very interested to know what the letters were and has begun to recognize letters in other places now! Cute book...a little too explanatory on some pages (do kids really need to know what LASER stands for?) but good overall!

  • lots of pages, good for teaching culture

    Sep 2, 2010

    tommystl  from St. Louis, Rating:3.0

    This is a great book on Cajun culture. Has many French references and lots of classic pictures. I'd say the book is for 5 and up, as it has some difficult words and it's very long. There's several words per letter.

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