The Illustrated Alphabet of Things That GO eBook

The Illustrated Alphabet of Things That GO eBook

 

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The Illustrated Alphabet of Things That GO is a unique alphabet book that teaches fascinating facts about all the things that GO from trains to planes, cars to bikes, and more! Check out these other books by Eve Bine-Stock.

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The Illustrated Alphabet of Things That GO: Do you have a little one (preK-grade 2) who is fascinated with this that go, cars, and trucks, trains, planes, and more? Then they will will enjoy the rhymes and specially crafted illustrations—all the while learning about things that go!

A unique alphabet book that teaches fascinating facts about all the things that GO through rhyme!

Check out these other books by Eve Bine-Stock.

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3 reviews for The Illustrated Alphabet of Things That GO eBook

  1. Review

    This book is a cute, unique approach at teaching the ABCs. The author utilizes rhyming to keep things catchy and fun. Adults may even learn a thing or two!

     
  2. Review

    Cute illustrations and great poetry. Perfect for kids just learning to read.

     
  3. Review

    I found this ebook to be a witty, contemporary take on alphabet books for children. I know my 3 year old niece and 5 year old nephew will enjoy it many times over.

     
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