The Alphabet of Bugs: An ABC Book {Book Review}



The Alphabet of Bugs – An ABC Book by Valerie Gates, is not your normal bug book. This book is for those parents who want to introduce exotic bugs to broaden their child’s bug vocabulary.

“The Alphabet of Bugs” book can be a tongue-twister to read with large words. Preschool children – Kindergarten (ages 3-5) will enjoy mom and dad reading this book to them while they will be fascinated by the charming photographs of the bugs.

The Alphabet of Bugs is an ideal gift for new parents and for young nature-loving children.

About the Author
Valerie Gates is an Emmy Award–winning art director. She is the author of The Other Colors (Sky Pony Press) and has teamed up with friend and photographer Ann Cutting to make this second book highlighting beautiful and exotic bugs. Gates lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Ann Cutting, an award-winning conceptual photographer, earned a BA in biochemistry and cell biology from the UCSD and a BFA in photography from the Art Center College of Design. She is on the faculty at Art Center, teaches many workshops, and uses multiple photographic techniques including digital, toy, and large format cameras. She also likes to do science experiments with her kids, sail in Maine, and make ceramics. Cutting lives with her husband and two children in Pasadena, California.

“The Alphabet of Bugs – An ABC Book”can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and anywhere books are sold.

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