My First ABC
Designed from the ground up to take advantage of this amazing new technology, My First ABC brings the alphabet to life as never before and offers an amazing range of interactive features, including:
• Seamless interface that is perfect for young children to navigate
• Specially commissioned phonetic sounds
• Specially commissioned letter sounds
• Charming sound effects that bring concepts and words to life, from a lion’s roar to a cow’s moo.
My First ABC includes:
• Nearly 200 words, including many key words and familiar objects and concepts for preschool children
• Bright, colorful, uniquely appealing photographs to illustrate each word
DK—Dorling Kindersley — is an award-winning publisher of distinctive, highly visual products for adults and children. We produce books, ebooks, and apps for consumers in over 100 countries and 60 languages. Founded in London in 1974 we are enormously proud to be the world’s leading illustrated reference publisher.
Everything we make strives to inform, inspire, and entertain readers of all ages.
It's not zee!
As others have said, disappointing. The most annoying thing is Z is zee and not zed. It's also not very interactive, just the noise for each letter and some of the animals. I do hate wasting money.
Not for children
As a teacher I bought this book to help my younger students...how disappointing... The only interaction is you have to click play to here the letters ONLY...how about when I click on a picture it also plays the words...for example for 'Ee' you play the sound but have a picture of an elephant that uses both sounds - how is a child suppose to practice the sounds if you don't play it...
How about making it fun for kids by adding coloring in sections...have an INTERACTIVE section using building blocks to make words...how about a fun INTERACTIVE section whereby they list to a sound and choose the correct letter...
They is a very poor and lazy effort...a child could have done better
I was really looking forward to sharing this with my 19 month old twins. When tapping the picture, they (and I), were looking forward to the accompanying audio I really thought was coming, after reading the other three, books we in England, are expected to be happy about.
We get when tapping excitedly, the colourful pictures, with BIG eyes eager for input, .......the bar at the top appearing.
Allowing us to exit this excuse of a learning aid and pick up a REAL book. Poor show. No excuses, this is an invitation to treat by any definition. Extremely annoyed and disappointed. I shall be requesting a refund and first thing tomorrow, I will be going to the cheap book store in my town that sell books far more interactive than this dross.