Published by Random House
Summary: A wordless alphabet book. Each page has a letter with two to eight objects that start with that letter. For instance the A has an argyle pattern; on its peak is an apple with two arrows shot through it. Lying next to it is an apple core crawling with ants. Illustrations are predominantly black and white ink with splashes of color. The last two pages list all the objects by letter so the reader can check and make sure all were found. 48 pages; ages 3-7.
Pros: Kids will love seeing how many of the objects they can find in these gorgeous illustrations.
Cons: I wasn’t all that good at finding everything.