A is for Artisanal: An Alphabet Book for the Hip, Modern Baby by Matthew Goldberg | Book Review

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I was given an opportunity to review a digital copy of the book “A is for Artisanal: An Alphabet Book for the Hip, Modern Baby” by Matthew Goldberg. However, the views and opinions of the book are simply my own.

A is for Artisanal: An Alphabet Book for the Hip, Modern Baby written by Matthew Goldberg and illustrated by Benjamin Schwartz is a new classic that every family needs in their collection.

The Story:

This is a fun alphabet book for children who have tech savvy, foodie, hipster parents. Which seems like it was meant for my family! The books uses words such as, asiago, iPad, edamame, and quinoa, to name a few. Seems like every day items we use in our home. The book is funny, witty, and totally clever. I love the creativity and uniqueness of the story. I have never read a story like it before. However, I would recommend this book for children ages 4 and up who might better understand the words vegetarian, or organic. If they don’t know the meaning of half of the words in the books, that’s alright. It will help expand your child’s vocabulary and imagination! My 2 year old really likes the alphabet, so he was able to point out the letters.

The Illustrations:

My 2 year old really enjoyed looking at the illustrations of the book. The illustrations are pleasing to the eye. Not too busy, or loud.

Overall, I would recommend this book to all. Children to adults will all enjoy reading this book. It really is a great book to have in your book collection, or a book to gift.

This book is now available on Amazon! Check it out, it definitely won’t disappoint!

Let me know if you purchase or have purchased this book & let me know what you think!

Good night!

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