Children’s Picture Book Review: ABC: What Can I Be? You Can Be Anything You Want to Be, From A to Z
ABC What Can I Be?
You Can Be Anything You Want to Be, From A to Z
Series: ABC For Me
Author/Illustrator: Jessie Ford
Published: September 1, 2020
Reviewed By: Jessica
Date Read: November 28, 2020
Jessica’s Rating: 5 stars
ABC What Can I Be? presents a wonderful world full of career possibilities—from Astronomer to Zoo Keeper and everything in between. Representing kids of all kinds, this book shows that there are no limits to what a kid can pursue.
Whether they are fascinated by animals, trains, flowers, teaching, or any other thing, kids can grow up to be whatever they want! ABC What Can I Be? presents a whole alphabet full of exciting, thoughtful, and wonderful things children can do.
Pairing a career with each letter of the alphabet, ABC What Can I Be? features colorful illustrations and fascinating careers to get kids thinking about all the possibilities for their future. Each page introduces a letter of the alphabet with bright artwork and highlights a career that is fun, challenging, and makes a big impact in its own way. These 26 careers—which include Dentist, Floral Designer, Meteorologist, Robotics Engineer, Train Conductor, and Wildlife Conservationist—are just some of the things a kid can become! A fun read for the whole family,ABC What Can I Be? is not only perfect for teaching toddlers their ABCs, but also for encouraging them to consider all the careers available to them when they grow up.
With endearing illustrations and mindful concepts, the ABC for Me series pairs each letter of the alphabet with words that promote big dreams and healthy living. Other books in this series include:
- ABC What Can She Be? (2018)
- ABC What Can He Be? (2019)
- ABC Let’s Celebrate You & Me (2021)
- ABC Everyday Heroes Like Me (2021)
This is a 5 star children’s picture book that helps children learn their ABCs and also shows them that they can grow up to be anything they want!
The illustrations are very colorful and bright and also showcase the diversity in people. This includes diversity in disability and religion which does show young children that anyone can become anything they want to be. They just have to reach for it and go!
There is one letter per page which showcases an occupation with an illustration. There is also one sentence that explains the selected occupation. There are a variety of occupations showcased (some with bigger words that might need some explanation from mom or dad): Emergency Medical Technician, Paleontologist (is this an occupation that still exists???) to more advanced occupations as our technology continuously expands: Game Developer/ Quantitative Analyst, and Robotic Engineer).
This is an alphabet book I highly recommend for children.
I received a copy from the publisher via Amazon Vine to review.