My First Mog ABC

Publisher: HarperCollins

Review

In Mog’s world, E is most definitely for eggs, her standard breakfast; B is for the adventurous baby that, contrary to Mrs Thomas’ belief, she doesn’t like at all for quite some time; and C is for the other cats at the cat show, on the day that a strange tent is erected in her garden, getting in the way of her special tree.

You don’t have to be a Mog fan to appreciate this new Mog alphabet book, as the iconic illustrations are just as charming without a story, and indeed might prompt new readers to seek out the original stories. Readers familiar with Mog will be able to look through with toddlers and preschoolers, and point to familiar scenes and characters as they learn their ABCs.

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