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C Is for Castle: A Medieval Alphabet
July 19, 2018 Comments.. 259
C Is for Castle A Medieval Alphabet A medieval alphabet for toddlers

  • Title: C Is for Castle: A Medieval Alphabet
  • Author: Greg Paprocki
  • ISBN: 9781423642817
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Board Book
  • A medieval alphabet for toddlers.

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    1 Blog on “C Is for Castle: A Medieval Alphabet

    1. Jennifer says:

      Kid loves this one, even if Excalibur doesn't start with X.

    2. Pam says:

      A board book to love! I was delighted to receive this book through a Giveaway. After raising 4 daughters and enjoying 9 grandchildren, I've read 100's of books with a child on my lap, starting when they were babies. This one is perfect! The pages are sturdy, durable, and easy for little ones to handle. History is "taught" with a touch of whimsy and fun. The colors are appropriately muted yet bright enough to catch the eye and note the rich content. I especially love the details included for eac [...]

    3. Sandra Guerfi says:

      This alphabet primer is presented with a vintage feel to a medieval world. Whether its A for armor or Z for zink, ( a reed instrument ) this will be perfect for those toddlers whose parents want to introduce a historical touch to their beginner readers library. Presented as a board book from the BabyLit series from Gibbs Smith this is one of several titles introducing historical eras into their everyday reading.

    4. Lynn Kidd says:

      I won this book through a giveaway. I was so excited when I received the book in the mail today. I loved the hard pages making it easier for my son to turn the pages. The ABC's are put in a new medieval style in a way my toddler enjoys. Thank you so much for introducing my son to his ABC's in a new and creative way. I can't say enough about how much we are enjoying this book already.

    5. Sally says:

      I really like BabyLit books!!!

    6. Shauna says:

      There are many thinks to look at and learn in this abc board book. Simple illustrations. Probably for early readers.

    7. Paige says:

      Informative, and wonderfully illustrated. Happy to have won this book from a giveaway. I'm sure my future children will love it. :)

    8. Sherry Ward says:

      This book was throughly enjoyed by the four year old child I babysit. She has made this one of her favorite books and it has helped her with her alphabet.

    9. Michelle Olms says:

      Great book

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