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Kids’ ABC Books

Below is a list of some great books and educational material regarding this subject. We have added links to an online US bookstore, should you need further information on these products. You can also copy / paste the name of the author or book into the search box opposite.

1. Smart Kids Play and Learn: ABC (Smart Kids Play & Learn) by Roger Priddy, Andrea Pinnington; Board book: 12 pages, Publisher: Priddy Books.
Fun novelty activities introduce first learning concepts. Develops vocabulary and counting skills, as well as color and shape awareness. Includes lift-the-flap, touch-and-feel, slide-and-find, turn-the-wheel, and glittery foil.


2. Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book! (Bright and Early Board Book),Board book: 24 pages, Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers.
From Aunt Annie’s Alligator to Rosy’s red rhinoceros to a Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, learning the alphabet is bound to be fun with Dr. Seuss. And with this small, sturdy board-book version of his classic ABC book (Dr. Seuss’s ABC), even the tiniest tots can indulge in a little alphabetical education. Each letter is featured with Dr. Seuss’s unmistakably nonsensical illustrations and text: “Lion with a lollipop,” “Camel on the ceiling,” “Uncle Ubb’s umbrella and his underwear, too.” The youngest readers-to-be will get lots of letter practice with the repetitive use of each letter and the easy-to-memorize rhythmic rhymes. Soon your favorite preschooler will be reading this book aloud to you! (Baby to preschool).

3. The Wildlife ABC and 123 : A Nature Alphabet and Counting Book by Jan Thornhill, Hardcover: 64 pages, Publisher: Maple Tree Press.
Nature leaps off the pages of this magnificent collection. From a single panda to one thousand tadpoles, exotic and familiar animals encourage children to identify and count the wild denizens of the world, while “Nature Notes” provide additional information on each species. This interactive, multifaceted approach encourages dialogue between children and their parents, while stimulating young readers to spend more time with this exquisitely illustrated treasury than with standard alphabet and counting books.