Best Alphabet Book for Children in Preschool or Kindergarten
Crazy Town Upside Down by Vanessa Rouse, Ph.D. and Philip Rouse is the funnest alphabet book for kids. It’s geared towards children in preschool and kindergarten and is even great for older kids. The hilarious rhymes and character names can be a bit of a tongue twister at times which makes this alphabet book even more fun to read.
My daughter loves when mommy and daddy read this book to her. We help her trace the lowercase letters throughout the book and ask her to identify as many letters as possible. We stumble over the tongue twister rhymes and giggle our way through the book. My daughter (2 years old) is great with uppercase letters but is not quite familiar with all of the lowercase letters so this book is a huge help and makes learning so much more fun.
The funny characters in this book help children remember their letters and the sounds associated with them.
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned book free of charge to facilitate my review. My opinion is always honest and never influenced by compensation.
Check out Crazy Town Upside Down on Amazon.com to get a sneak peak of the book before you buy it. You can purchase the paperback version for $8 and the Kindle version for only $2.99. In my opinion, the paperback book is an must since your child will be tracing the letters with his or her fingers. This book makes a great birthday or back-to-school gift and is a must-have in a classroom.
Watch this adorable video of the authors’ son reading the book!