Alphababies by Kim Golding

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Twenty-six letters...twenty-six colorful pictures...twenty-six smiling babies!

Charming, bright illustrations that combine art and photography make this an alphabet that the youngest readers will love. Each letter of the alphabet features a picture of an adorable baby in a cheerful setting, and rhyming text carries parent and youngster from letter to letter. If you love babies, you'll love Alphababies!

 

About Kim Golding

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Golding is a professional photographer. He daughter Charlotte inspired her to create Alphababies.
 
Published September 15, 1998 by DK CHILDREN. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships.

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The rhyming text doesn't sing with originality, but it is succinct and sufficiently catchy, with each rhyme completed across a single spread: ""I is an igloo made from ice blocks/ J is for Jack who lives in a box."" In a few compositions, the blending of child and computer art is awkward (especia...

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