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Children's eBook: Learn about Animals A to Z (Preschool Books) Children's books about how to deal with friendship (values book) Books for Early/Beginner ... (Children's Books Collection Book 7) [Kindle Edition]

Yael Aharoni
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In ‘Learn about Animals A to Z’, children can discover an amazing alphabet of animals, from ants to zebras!
With twenty-six spectacular cartoon letters and real photos of the animals, children will delight in the visual aids in this book.
Each letter symbolizes the beginning of the name of the animal to help your child learn their alphabet as well as animals from a to z. Each animal is represented with a short explanation of the special features of the animal itself as well as a photo of the animal as it appears in nature.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1417 KB
  • Print Length: 70 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H3LC28W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #574,597 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bright, Lively, Colorful 9 Dec. 2013
By prisrob TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Kindle Edition
This is a bright, colorful inviting book by Yael Aharoni. The cover will attract any child, and the collection of animals is exquisite!

The alphabet is a good place for children to start to learn their letters. Adding an animal that begins with each specific letter, and then adding information about the animal is an informative and learning technique for any child. As my granddaughter and I went through this book, we pronounced each letter, read about the animal that began with each letter. We would then think about other words that began with that letter.. My granddaughter learned that an Elephant can't jump, and that an Iguana is a lizard. The 'N' word is Narwhal , a type of whale. This whale was new to me, and my granddaughter was pleased that her Gramma learned a new word, too! Unicorns are a favorite in my granddaughter's house, and she recognized it right away. What a good time we had reading this book. We will go through it again and again.

The illustrations are glorious, bright, colorful, lively, almost jumping off the page. The writing was geared towards children and their parents. Well Done!

Highly Recommended. prisrob 12-09-13
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great book from Aharoni. 14 Dec. 2013
By Jay Mittener - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
What a fun book! The Alphabet is the foundation of language for speakers and readers of English, so it's important that we are able to engage and direct our small ones in learning the sounds, the associations and the letters themselves.

This book is just fun. Each letter is associated with an animal. The illustrations are brisk and bold. The pages just turn quickly as the child becomes immersed in the sounds and the pictures. I love that there are other things to point out on each page. The pictures are so great that the 2 year old I share this book with asks to read again and again.

There are more than just letters and sounds to learn here. Any child who loves animals, and any adult who does too is going to just love this book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Learning the alphabet, the animal kingdom, and some very interesting facts 7 Dec. 2013
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
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Yael Aharoni steps away from her usual charming stories for children and creates an animal and alphabet encyclopedia that will delight the reader as well as the children learning from their parents by means of another well illustrated and cogent book.
For every letter in the alphabet Aharoni illustrates that letter with an animal and accompanies the visual alphabet letter with a visual of the animal represented, but goes even further by inserting very interesting facts about that particular animal – an approach that could set a fine example for teachers everywhere!

For example, B is for Butterfly (a photograph and a drawing are included) and then the following information: ’The butterfly starts life as a caterpillar before it becomes a butterfly. A butterfly’s wings are considered beautiful: they are brightly colored and the pattern and design of the left and right wings are symmetrical. Butterflies fly from flower to flower drinking nectar through a long tongue which is used as a straw to suck the nectar up.’ The amount of information is so thorough that children of all ages can learn at their particular level of education, and coupling the information with the alphabet and the photographs and drawings means that moment of education (and entertainment) will last!

Aharoni’s choice of animals to match her alphabet letters is imaginative and creative: I is for Iguana, G is for Gorilla, J is for Jaguar, K for Koala, N is for Narwhale, Q is for Quail, V is for Vampire Bat and so on. All letters of the alphabet are offered with the accompaniments of images and information and entertainment. This is a terrific book for the whole family and another winner from Yael Aharoni. Grady Harp, December 13
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Another pathetic book and the reason it is artificially ranked highly by paid reviewers club 29 Nov. 2014
By H. Temple - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Yael is still writing stories for children in awkward English trying to squeeze money out of the USA and into Israel by self-publishing books that no Americans would buy for their children.

Incorrect sentence from the book;
'The lion is a predator of the cat family." The way this is worded, it seems Lions prey on cats. Lions do not normally prey on cats. Yes lions might eat cats sometimes, but cats are not their favorite prey.

Correct sentences: Lions are predators. Lions are felines, or Lions are members of the cat family.

Awkward English from the book: "The mouse is a small mammal rodent."
A Correct Sentence: Like all rodents, mice are small mammals.

In her books Yael always begs for 5 star reviews, as if her awkwardly and sometimes incorrectly worded books deserve more than 2 stars.

Yael must have paid to join one of the reviewers clubs/mafias because that is the only way her books could get such glowing great reviews of her pathetic books.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bright, Lively, Colorful 9 Dec. 2013
By prisrob - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is a bright, colorful inviting book by Yael Aharoni. The cover will attract any child, and the collection of animals is exquisite!

The alphabet is a good place for children to start to learn their letters. Adding an animal that begins with each specific letter, and then adding information about the animal is an informative and learning technique for any child. As my granddaughter and I went through this book, we pronounced each letter, read about the animal that began with each letter. We would then think about other words that began with that letter.. My granddaughter learned that an Elephant can't jump, and that an Iguana is a lizard. The 'N' word is Narwhal , a type of whale. This whale was new to me, and my granddaughter was pleased that her Gramma learned a new word, too! Unicorns are a favorite in my granddaughter's house, and she recognized it right away. What a good time we had reading this book. We will go through it again and again.

The illustrations are glorious, bright, colorful, lively, almost jumping off the page. The writing was geared towards children and their parents. Well Done!

Highly Recommended. prisrob 12-09-13
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Can you guess the animal that begins with a "U"? 6 Dec. 2013
By J. Chambers - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Using animals to teach the ABCs is hardly an original idea, nor is using the ABCs to introduce the names of 26 animals, but author Yael Aharoni has done a nice job with "Learn about Animals A to Z." Using both drawings and photographs of animals, the book goes through the alphabet with one animal representing each letter, and some factoids about each animal. Most of the animals are common enough to be recognized by children, although there are a couple that are rare enough that kids may not be familiar with them (Narwhal and X-ray tetra).

As I went through the book, I made a game of trying to anticipate which animal would represent each letter. I was successful in guessing about a third of them, but the one that gave me the most trouble was the letter "U." Can you guess the animal?

It's a nice book for youngsters who are learning the alphabet and are becoming interested in the animal kingdom.
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