C is for Castle A Medieval Alphabet
Being a serious fan of Medieval Renaissance Festivals I think this book is the perfect way to teach my new granddaughter, Teagan, her ABC’s. I love the way the illustrations mimic those found in much older literature. This makes learning one’s alphabet so much more magical. Knowing that Teagan will be learning medieval words along side her alphabet makes me proud. The addition of words longer than cat or dog to a child’s vocabulary early can aid in them being able to feel more confident when learning in school.
This book is part of the BabyLit series which shows your little one hints history as well as great works of literature at an early age. I love this concept. Worried about your baby tearing it up? Well don’t, “C is for Castle” is printed on hard board so it will last your child a long time.
From the creators of BabyLit®: C Is for Castle: A Medieval Alphabet is part of a unique new series that opens a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Different eras of history—including the nineteenth-century American West, medieval Europe, and Victorian England—are brought to life by Greg Paprocki’s fun and enticing illustrations in this new series of board books for brilliant babies.
Greg Paprocki works full-time as an illustrator and book designer. He’s illustrated several Curious George books, as well as The Big Book of Superheroes for Gibbs Smith. He began his career as an advertising art director after studying fine art and graphic design at the University of Nebraska. He currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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