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Alphablock Board book – August 6, 2013
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K-Gr 1-A high-concept alphabet book with appealing, retro-style illustrations. A pair of spreads is devoted to each letter. The recto is cut into the shape of an uppercase letter. Flip it and a new spread displays an item that starts with the given letter. Around the angles, holes, and curves of the letter readers get a peek of the image on the following page. Tracks and a puff of smoke hint at a train for letter "T," balls and a hand are the clues for "J is for juggler." Readers turn the page for the full image. Objects in the illustrations interact with the letter form in clever ways, such as an octopus's tentacle wrapping over the arc of the "O." Most of the featured items will be familiar to young readers. All the parts together make an appealing and fun way for youngsters to interact with the alphabet, and for slightly older children to enjoy the clever artwork.-Amelia Jenkins, Juneau Public Library, AKα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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I tend to agree with some of the other reviews that it's not exactly a board book. A traditional board book has much thicker and more solid pages, generally to allow for being chewed on and enjoyed by a toddler as toddlers like to enjoy things. Given the length of this one in particular it is understandable that the pages would be a little thinner. Just something to keep in mind if it's going to be in the hands of little ones. One might need to pay a little closer attention to its care.
My only issue is that some of the pages are little too advanced/abstract for 2 and 3 year olds to whom this book is geared towards. For example, J is for Juggle or Y is for Yacht. When J could have been for jump or jam or something else a 2 year old is likely to understand. Y is for Yacht! Every time my son says Y is for Boat! I do believe in challenging children, but the basics are fundamental especially when it comes to 2 year olds.
Otherwise, this is a great book. I am looking forward to purchasing more from this author.
I bought this book from HomeGoods and it is usually a little cheaper there than on here.
I received this book to review in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.