O is for Orca: A Nature Alphabet Book

O is for Orca A Nature Alphabet Book O is for orca and P is for puffin With beautiful photographs by acclaimed nature photographer Art Wolfe this book brings the alphabet to life for toddlers through colorful animals and landscapes Wild

  • Title: O is for Orca: A Nature Alphabet Book
  • Author: Andrea Helman Art Wolfe
  • ISBN: 9781632170330
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Board Book
  • O is for orca and P is for puffin With beautiful photographs by acclaimed nature photographer Art Wolfe, this book brings the alphabet to life for toddlers through colorful animals and landscapes Wildlife in the book includes auklets, bears, coyotes, deer, eagles, lynx, salmon, urchins, and .

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    1. The photography kept bother the three year old and the one year old engaged. Interesting selection of animals/plants/environments.

    2. This combined review of 1, 2, 3 Moose: An Animal Counting Book and O is for Orca: A Nature Alphabet Book also appears on my blog, Read-at-Home Mom.123 Moose (ISBN: 9781632170323) and O is for Orca (ISBN: 9781632170330) are nature-themed concept books illustrated with photographs. While neither is especially memorable for me, O is for Orca has made an impression on Little Bo Peep. At a recent playdate, she sat in her car seat in a room full of wild toddlers, happily turning the book over and over [...]

    3. Full review with teaching tools: unleashingreaders/?p=1Too often books for toddlers talk down to them and are too simplistic. I really love books that are real and teach toddlers in a way that respects the intelligent human beings they are. These books teach the reader about so much of the Northeast US wildlife while also working on ABCs and counting. I really enjoyed how not only does it say “O is for Orca,” but the author also describes the nature photographs that accompany the letter/numb [...]

    4. O is for Orca provides a fun and beautiful introduction to nature for the littlest readers. Most of the letters are represented by animals with a few land features thrown in, although X and Y are skipped, I'm assuming because of space limitations in the board book format. Since the focus here is on animals of the Pacific Northwest, with some land features mixed in, it limited the words the author could use. Despite this the book is beautiful with a basic fact included with a beautiful photograph [...]

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