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The Matthew Van Fleet books are a treasure for any toddler. We read them over-and-over again. My daughter loves all the interactive elements (textures, flaps, pop-ups). Read morePublished 6 days ago by Perthshire
It's cute, my daughter still loves it a year later and there are things she has grown into with the book, like looking for the 4 unlabeled items that begin with each letter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Kugel
We have a two year old son and he loves for us to read books to him once a day for a short time, but this is the only book (toys included) that will keep him quite during church. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jlundin
We love all Matthew Van Fleet books, and this one is good too, but it is easily destroyable by little kids. They pull on all these moving parts and just primp them off. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Olga Boccagno
I saw this book at a local used book store and since it was going to be a gift, I bought a new version on Amazon. This is exactly what I wanted, lots of touching and feeling!Published 6 months ago by Dawn Hart
Great teaching tool to use with a can't-sit-still preschooler. Van Fleet illustrations are captivating.
Good book to encourage parents to sit and read with their young child.
If, for some reason, your child is bored to tears by alphabet books about more standard animal choices, then maybe this is for you. But I wish we hadn't bought it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Victoria Sutton
This one doesn't have as many moving parts as the Heads book which is, so far, my favorite. And, in each Alphabet book I've seen, included this one that I ordered on Amazon, the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Betty Ball