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Baby Einstein Alphabooks

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  • Includes 26 mini board books and carrying case
  • Each book is 4 pages long and measures 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 3/8"
  • Carrying case is 5" x 5" x 5"
  • For ages 18 months and up
  • Published in 2005, written by Julie Aigner-clark illustrated by Nadeem Zaidi
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Learning the alphabet has never been more fun than with these 26 mini board books. Real-life photos and illustrations of everyday objects help teach Baby about each letter, and every mini board book can be stored and carried in a colorfully decorated Alphabooks box.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2.2 x 0.2 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 2.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.1 pounds
ASIN B000FYVNLQ
Manufacturer recommended age 18 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #323,919 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#756 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Reading & Writing
#131,931 in Toys & Games > Preschool
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3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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My daughter received this for her first birthday and I swear it was because of these books that she knew her ABCs before she turned two. Each letter book has three pictures beginning with that letter - a cartoon, an artwork, and a photograph - along with the word (e.g., the letter M has a drawing of a monkey, a picture of a glass of milk, and a cartoon drawing of a moon). She loves going through all 26 of them with us - and could entertain herself with them because the pages are thick and sturdy enough for her to easily manipulate them. After a year of frequent use we just had to tape the box together as it started to become unglued at the corners. Definitely worthwhile and fun!
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A friend of mine has this set and I love it. I thought it was so cute. However, upon receiving my order I was very disappointed to see that the format had changed and was no longer the item pictured. It would be nice if the photo was an accurate representation of what is being ordered.
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By Mari Jo on December 4, 2012
My toddler loves books, and she really gets excited by the smaller sized books (for whatever reason). She has no problem handling bigger books, but she really seems to enjoy the smaller more versatile books. She loves the images in these! There are clip art, real life photos and even images of painted art! There are so many books (26 to be exact) so it's no big deal that each letter book has only 4 pictures (which is 104 images total)

{P.S. I would check Toys R Us first before ordering through Amazon... it's many many dollars cheaper!}
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I love these books. They are perfect for little kids just getting introduced to letters.
They have three words per book with great pictures right next to them--all in one cute little box!
I suggest it to parents with young kids learning their letters/alphabet!
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This has been, by far, my one-year-old daughter's favorite toy since she was about eight months old. She pores through each book, and they are the perfect size for her little fingers. The variety of photos and illustrations (as well as the sheer number of them!) keeps her busy for minutes on end. Each slim little book contains three board pages, each with a picture and corresponding word associated with that letter. Contrary to other reviews, I think the pictures are quite well chosen, and the mixture of cartoons, photos, and fine art make for a nice introduction to the different types of image. I can see this set holding her interest for many more months to come, as she becomes more aware of the names for things and the world around her. As the box suggests, the books can also be used as flash cards, and my five-year-old can use them to spell out simple words. Though the books are recommended for 18 months and up, they are quite sturdy, and hold up well to my one-year-old's constant interest. Finally, we received these as a gift for my daughter's birth, and I would buy them for friends without hesitation.

Please ignore the ridiculous (typo?) age recommendation on this page of ten years and up!
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While 17/26 covers for the flash booklets have a picture that begins with the letter represented; i.e., C for cow and D for dog, 9/26 have pictures that do not correspond. So, when my 2yo daughter started saying "V for mouse" or "N for turtle" and "Y for horse," I cut the 9 covers off these booklets. Should have done it immediately once I saw them. Other than that, it's a nice product and just over 65% of what it teaches is accurate. Honestly, Baby Einstein, say it isn't so. Was this a rogue batch that ended up on a shelf at Ross that wasn't supposed to go out? If not, and this is the same with everyone's box, is everyone cool with:

N for Turtle
Y for Horse
U for Dolphin
Q for Baby
W for Bird
I for weird green lizard-ish (not an iguana) creature with yellow webbed back.
V for Mouse.
X for Moose?
J for Monkey in safari suit.
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Both my almost three year old and my one year old enjoy these books. They are the perfect size for the little hands. We enjoy saying the letter and looking at the picture. My oldest also enjoys keeping them in the box them come in.
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The pictures on the front of several letters do NOT match with the letter. I.e monkey on the J letter book; turtle on the N; baby on the Q; dolphin on the U; mouse on the V; mouse on the X; bird on the W; horse on the Y.

There are only 3 pages in each book. Souldn't each book that is dedicated to a letter match the designated letter?
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