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The Animal Alphabet - cover

The Animal Alphabet

Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Summary

Kids will love this sweet story/song combination as they listen to “The Animal Alphabet” and follow along word-for-word in the adorably illustrated eBook. Little ones will sing through the alphabet twice. The first time through, The Animal Alphabet is sung slowly with photographs of animals that begin with each letter. The second time through, the tempo picks up and pre-readers will hear each letter and look at a silhouette of each animal for added fun. This adorably illustrated eBook encourages learning though music and introduces children to important early literacy skills.
Available since: 03/06/2020.

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