“This book is by the same author as 1 2 3, A Child's First Counting Book. The illustrations are fantastic with the pages appearing to be cracked to add texture.”see full review » see other reviews »
“Jay, A. (2003). "ABC A Child's First Alphabet Book". Dutton Children's Books. New York, New York.
This ABC book is filled with colorful images that gets the child's attention. Most letters have animals in the pictures to represent them. Children will not only learn their ABC's but also get familiar with animals.
I would use this in my classroom with Pre-K. I would read the book to them and show them the pictures. I would point out all of the different animals and make them repeat after me.”
“This book is by the same author as 1 2 3, A Child's First Counting Book. The illustrations are fantastic with the pages appearing to be cracked to add texture.”Stephanie Van Gelder wrote this review Sunday, June 19, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“A. no awards
B. preschool-1st grade
C. This fun ABC book features a different letter on each page with several pictures starting with that letter. The illustrations look cracked giving it a unique look to them. Listed in the back is the letter and what things were present on the page.
- learn ABC's
“Another great ABC book. I love the illustrations and how it intrigues the reader. ”Rich F wrote this review Sunday, December 5, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Each letter of the alphabet is presented on a page following the text pattern: Aa a is for apple, along with a beautiful illustration that highlights the word in the sentence along with other items in the picutre beginning with the letter (artist, airplane, ant) as well as a pictorial "hint" of the next letter (b: balloon).”Ann Marie S wrote this review Saturday, August 21, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“ABC: A child's first alphabet book
By: Allison Jay also Illustrator
Publisher: Penguin Group
This is a great alphabet book because it has just one object per letter on the page. Colors and pictures are great!
Hand tables books of alphabet books and have them pick out letters ”