Touch and Trace ABC
By Margot Channing (Author), Isobel Lundie (Illustrator)
Young children can trace the raised shapes of the letters of the alphabet to familiarize themselves with how they look and begin to practice the hand-eye coordination skills required for writing. Each letter is accompanied by silly sentences and illustrations like "A lobster on a lemon," "An octopus in an office," and "A yak doing yoga." Talking about the pictures helps to familiarize babies with patterns of speech.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Margot Channing is an art-school graduate. After completing her Teacher Training Certificate, she worked as a freelance children's book author and illustrator.
Isobel Lundie is an illustrator and designer. She graduated from Kingston University with first-class honors in illustration and animation. Since graduating, Isobel has specialized in children's publishing and has made books for the Salariya Book Company, Usborne, Random House, DK, and The Good Books Company. She uses a wide variety of materials such as collage papers, pencil, ink, and digital media.