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My First Animal Alphabet Book - Learn letters from A-Z for Toddlers and Preschool - cover

My First Animal Alphabet Book - Learn letters from A-Z for Toddlers and Preschool

The Little Learner's Club

Publisher: The Little Learner's Club

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Summary

This beautifully illustrated animal alphabet book helps your children to learn the letters of the alphabet, throughout the book, there are pictures of animals for each letter. Both uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet are above the image, and the names of the animals are written underneath.

A fun way to learn the alphabet.

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