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Just Published: Alphabet Animals

Just Published: Alphabet Animals

Just Released! Author Frederick Fichman has just published a new non-fiction children's book: "Alphabet Animals." "Alphabet Animals" is a great way for toddlers and young children to learn the alphabet and at the same time learn about animals. This book makes the introduction of the alphabet a fun way to learn. From A to Z all of the letters of the alphabet are highlighted with pictures and descriptions from the animal kingdom.

The book is written with parents in mind; reading and exploring the book with their children. The fascinating but simply described facts concerning the animals and the vivid photography makes "Alphabet Animals" an intriguing book for the little ones as they are introduced to the letters of the alphabet. The facts and photographs used in "Alphabet Animals" are taken from author Fichman's anthology 12-book series, "Visit the Zoo." So if parents wish more detail about the animals and the ability to choose from the large library of 120 animals in the anthology, the huge collection of animals in "Visit the Zoo" makes that jump possible. The "Visit the Zoo" 12-book series has been reviewed and endorsed by the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Author Frederick Fichman is a prolific writer with 29 books available on the Amazon Kindle Bookstore. His work covers both fiction and non-fiction. In preparation now are two new novels; "The Feather," a fantasy on the Lewis and Clark Expedition and "Megaptera," a science fiction novel. He recently completed an anthology of his SETI series of science fiction books, "The SETI Trilogy."

Mr. Fichman's books can also be purchased on BarnesandNoble Nook, KOBO Books and at the Apple iBookstore.

For more information on "Alphabet Animals" copy and past the following link: http://www.amazon.com/Alphabet-Animals-Frederick-Fichman-ebook/dp/B00LJ6O37U/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1406780207&sr=8-4&keywords=Frederick+Fichman


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