Book Review: Alphabet Love

I received a review copy of this book; all opinions expressed are mine.

If you have any little ones in your life—kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews—who are preschool age or a little older, the age where they’re learning their ABC’s, this fun board book by Rachel Tawil Kenyon, Alphabet Love (WorthyKids), would be a great book to give them! And by the way, since this book is designed in the shape of a heart, it would also make a sweet Valentine’s Day gift! 🙂

This colorful book is a fun way to help young children learn each letter of the alphabet. There’s an illustrated page for each letter and rhymed verse throughout the book. The illustrations and writing portray whimsical animals doing fun things kids do with friends and family, and also helps reinforce good behavior for little ones: G is for garden, where we make things grow. H is for helping wherever you go.

It’s also a good book to read at bedtime: Y is for yawn. You’re my sleepyhead. Z is for zoom—off now to bed.

Since it’s a board book, it’s sturdy, and the glossy coating on the cover and pages help make it stain-resistant, so it’s definitely a book that can hold up to the wear and tear that little ones can give it! And most importantly, it’s a book that will make them feel special and loved: W is for wishes. I hope yours come true. X is for eXtra kisses for you.

Warm fuzzies all around! 🙂

4 thoughts on “Book Review: Alphabet Love

      1. Melissa Reagan

        Nance! Alphabet Love is the first board book I art directed for Worthy Kids! It was a blast and I’m glad you enjoyed it. I love your blog and I hope you are doing well! 😘

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        1. nancyc Post author

          Yay, Melissa! It’s such a cute, fun book—you did a great job art directing it! Glad I had the opportunity to review it, especially since you worked on it! 🙂 Glad to hear you like the blog too! 🙂 Hope you are doing well! Happy New Year to you a little early! 🙂

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