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Gyo Fujikawa's A to Z Picture Book by Gyo Fujikawa
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Feb 21, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: abc-books, childrens, picture-books
Read in February, 2012

This is an older picture book that was (thankfully) re-released! Yippee for publishers who re-release old favorites.

This is an ABC book that will delight preschoolers and even older students learning to read. Fujikawa alternates between black and white two-page spreads and full color two page spreads. The black and white ones are filled with images all beginning with the letter in question. The color spreads are usually a large unified picture that may contain many items for the letter in question (i.e. pigeon, peacock, puddle, and polliwog) or simply be a picture of one scene that reflects the letter (i.e. "Halloween" or "Yuletide"). I am impressed with how multi-ethnic the children are in this book.

This is the kind of book to snuggle up with a child and read together, slowly, or the kind to hand to a child for some quiet rest time with a book.

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