Not Just Another Alphabet Book

Alphabet Anatomy will delight most preschoolers or early kindergarteners. Its large 8 1/2″ x 11″ full color Alphabet-Anatomypages are sure to bring a smile to your child’s face.

Branson Jones, son of the author Linda Ann Jones, did a wonderful job creating the alphabet characters to accompany Linda’s story. Linda’s rhymes make it easier for kids to remember the name of each letter and how to write it.

I see this book as being especially helpful to two groups of children:

1) Children with learning needs, particularly those who are highly visual learners, will benefit from the design of the characters and how they help one remember how the letter is shaped or written.

2) Preschool children and early kindergarteners who are gifted with large vocabularies will appreciate words used in the rhymes that go beyond your cat, hat, fox, box type of words.

It is currently available in paperback or kindle versions. Personally, I would love to see this book available at least in hardback and even better in board book versions. Those would be more durable for the age group who would be using it. The large paperback version, though, is well-suited for use in a kindergarten or early-learning classroom, where the teacher would be holding up the book for the students to see.

Hopefully one day, they will create flashcards to match!

For more information about Alphabet Anatomy, see:

Alphabet Anatomy Homepage

Buy Alphabet Anatomy from Amazon: in paperback or Kindle versions.

Read about the Author and Illustrator

Print Free Alphabet Anatomy Coloring Pages

DISCLOSURE: The author provided a complimentary copy to me in exchange for my honest review. Opinions expressed are solely my own.


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