The Imaginary Alphabet

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I have read many alphabet books over the years (nine years). Sometimes, alphabet letters are the characters, and other times, animals or people represent the letters. In The Imaginary Alphabet, it is more like the second option. Still, the book is interesting because the “imaginary” part of the alphabet is all the background pictures of things with the same letter as the main one talked about on each page; it is kind of like a “look and find,” with the answers in the back of the book. Many of the pictures included things I could identify; however, some had objects like flowers or animals that I didn’t recognize but had an idea that they probably began with the letter being talked about on that page. I enjoyed looking closely at each page to find everything I could, and then I liked looking in the back to check my answers. The pictures are so pretty and colorful! The Imaginary Alphabet is a book that any kid, or as my mom said, adults, too, will enjoy because it’s easy to look through, and you might learn about something you didn’t know.

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Author Sylvie Daigneault
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 64 pages
Publisher Pajama Press Inc.
Publish Date 19-Sep-2023
ISBN 9781772782998
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Issue October 2023
Category Children's