Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Lumpy Bumpy Wild Animal Alphabet

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Book Review - Lumpy Bumpy Wild Animal Alphabet

Lumpy Bumpy Wild Animal Alphabet

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About the Book
Embossing creates a raised, textured surface on the pages of this unique board book, so letters and numbers can be identified by both sight and touch. This multisensory experience engages and stimulates younger children's developing senses. Seeing the number or letter, touching it, and saying it out loud helps little ones make meaningful connections and retain what they've learned. This technique has been shown to be especially effective for helping learning disabled children, beginning readers, home school students, struggling readers, and dyslexic students. In Wild Animal Alphabet tracing the little bumps on each letter will help children learn the alphabet. They'll learn the names of 26 wild animals too! A matching quiz at the end of the book reinforces the book's contents. Charming illustrations throughout.

My Take on the Book
This is a colorful study board book for a young child. Each letter has raised bumps which the child can use to trace the letter shapes. The animals are easily identified and the colorful drawings will be useful in learning the animal names that are not familiar. This would be an enjoyable book to share with your young child.

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