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Library : Book Reviews > Obvious Letters

Obvious LETTERS
"The associative alphabet every child will remember "
By Gisela Hausmann
Illustrated By Ozzie Pardillo

Review by: Christa J Koch

Owner/ Operator of www.preschooleducation.com

     The title says it all. This alphabet book is a must have for all preschoolers. The letters are incorporated into a picture that is “obvious”. The letter H is turned into a house. The letter C is a caterpillar. The lower case letter d is a dinosaur munching on a tree. This is just an example of the creative approach this book takes in introducing preschoolers to letters. The book has both lower case and upper case letters, therefore covering the whole alphabet. It is unlike any other alphabet book I have seen before. Most has typed letter then an object that corresponds underneath. Making it a dull book to look through. Obvious LETTERS is just the opposite. Your preschool age child will be delighted to look this book over and over.
     The concept behind this book is of course the “obvious”. Each letter gives the child an object to associate with it. The letters being part of these objects make this book an excellent learning tool for home and the classroom. The illustrations are done in a coloring book type style. They are black and white. The letters however are done in bright colors. This adds to the books charm. It makes it very easy for children’s eyes to see the letter and the shape it forms. Preschool age children are sure to find exciting learning fun in this book. The illustrations are adorable. A hedgehog shares the limelight with all the Obvious LETTERS.
     I recommend this book for preschool children ages 2 1/2 and up.

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