Ages 4-7. How many alphabet books do we need? At least one more: this one, which resonates with the wit and creativity of Canadian photojournalist Milich. Inspired by daily walks with his daughter Hannah, Milich searched Toronto for hidden geometrics--letters buried in everyday places. From window frames in the shape of As to steel-welded Zs that support a bridge, he finds and documents them--in black and white, highlighting each letter in stop-sign red. Most children will pick a favorite letter, but each picture is a wonder and every letter a clear, playful image to consider and behold. Kelly Halls
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Zoran Milich has produced a photographic find-the-letter alphabet book ideal for this younger age group, which loves to find letter shapes in everyday objects.
[T]his is a useful addition to any collection of alphabet books and one that can be used to encourage closer viewing of everyday surroundings.