Y is for Yak

; Jean Claude (Illustratør)

Turn storytime into a fun learning experience with this charming alphabet book about yaks!

Introduce your little one to these shaggy, long-horned creatures! This gorgeously illustrated children's book teaches kids yak-related first words beginning with the letter Y. Les mer
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Turn storytime into a fun learning experience with this charming alphabet book about yaks!

Introduce your little one to these shaggy, long-horned creatures! This gorgeously illustrated children's book teaches kids yak-related first words beginning with the letter Y.

This delightful little educational book is great for sharing with preschool animal lovers.

- Clear, simple read-aloud text for young ones
- Filled with wonderfully engaging full-colour illustrations
- Each page provides an excellent introduction to key animal terms
- Safe, sturdy board book for little hands

Get ready to meet the mighty yak! The friendly, read-aloud text and exciting illustrations will capture the attention of young nature-lovers in no time. Babies and toddlers will love learning new words about yaks while practising their Y letter sound. This baby book is ideal for promoting early learning and language development.

Y is for years! Did you know that yaks can live up to 25 years! Packed with bright pictures and short text, this engaging animal book provides curious children with lots to talk about and look at!

Complete the Series:

Introduce little ones to the ABCs of the animal kingdom with DK's brand new, beautifully illustrated alphabet series. From A is for Ant and B is for Bee all the way down to Y is for Yak and Z is for Zebra, these fun books are perfect for parents wanting to support young children's interest in nature, animals, and the alphabet.

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Om forfatteren

Jean Claude is a self-taught illustrator from the UK who studied Art History at Cambridge. He is currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York, with his partner and child, and their (slightly) overweight cat. When he's not drawing, he loves making ceramics in a local studio, visiting the botanical gardens, and baking bread.