From the creators of the Baby Einstein comes this fun book for preschool children that helps introduce the alphabet. The format is the well-worn "A is for...", but the characters and the embedded lenticular images (we used to call them "wiggle pictures" when we got them in Cracker Jacks in the 1960's) that switch between a picture of an animal to the image of the appropriate letter of the alphabet. It's a great way to hold the child's interest while visually reinforcing the relationship between the letters and the words. It's a sturdy board book that will hold up to many re-readings by your kids.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our July, 2008 issue.
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