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Book Review: Animalphabet

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Animalphabet! Donaldson creates an animal alphabet where one animal succeeds the previous one as it surpasses it to some extend.

The book is fantastic, due to two reasons.

First, the creative use of the alphabet from the distinguished author Julia Donaldson.

Second is the illustrations of the picture book, which takes the book off from the Australian-born illustrator’s incredible work, Sharon King-Chai.

The combination of both creates an imaginative game, where each animal becomes a moving piece of art, with folding pages. Colors and cut sections on the pages make a fun prediction game for the next animal.

It is a printed art puzzle with logical and unexpected questions that travel us to the animal kingdom and take off our imagination.

Should I read the book for my kid?

It is a printed art puzzle with logical and unexpected questions that travel us to the animal kingdom and take off our imagination.
Get it, and you will be amazed at how far the book can go. It is also a must-have book for 3-year-old kids (or older).

It comes with peekaboo holes in the artwork and beautiful colors that will amaze your little kid.

It is a beautiful book from the author of Gruffalo, and other successful books worldwide.

Animalphabet

Author: Julia Donaldson
Illustrator: Sharon King-Chai
ISBN: 978-0525554158