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Learning ABC’s through the Animal Kingdom

Young ones can now learn the ABCs while appreciating actual photographed animals around the world. From Alligator to Zebra, Alphabet Zoo offers fun-filled poems and delightful images that make learning the alphabet enjoyable, lively, and engaging. Indeed, kids will know more about the animal kingdom—their natural habitat, unique features, and characteristics. Also included in the book (a “lagniappe”) are nuggets of animal facts—did you know a Bison can run 40 miles an hour? Dolphin mothers also cuddle their young and many more! 

Get to see twenty-six animals represent the letters of the alphabet with an extra touch of educational fun. Each page is a blend of vivid photography and playful writing, as there’s a sense of rhythm and rhyme that makes these poems a pleasure to read aloud for kids. This delightful informational photo book has all parents ask for—colorful alphabet letters, fun facts, and bright, eye-catching images of amphibians, mammals, reptiles, and birds. Authors Pat and Martha bring the animal kingdom to life while little ones learn how to read and recognize every wildlife.

Alphabet Zoo is a perfect book for your toddlers and preschoolers, developing your child’s vocabulary and understanding of wild animals. In learning, visibility is the first fundamental step. Seeing real animals and their corresponding letters that are together made more learning happen simultaneously and perhaps immersive. Each page features a colorful letter and a corresponding animal with a short poem beside the image in this book. Parents can help their children excitingly learn the alphabet by seeing and reading while learning some unfamiliar zoology together.

What makes this brilliant book distinct is that one hundred percent of the profit gained from the book sales will be donated to a foundation for the education of children. With a bit of love of books and our children’s learning, we also help other unfortunate children enjoy reading, learning, and understanding the world around them.