Synopses & Reviews
ABC Let's Celebrate You and Me presents 26 things — from A to Z — that make us special and that are worth celebrating!
From our bodies and our emotions to our interests and hobbies, there is so much to celebrate about ourselves! We all have different talents, ideas, and things to say, but we are more similar than we are different. ABC Let’s Celebrate You and Me presents a whole alphabet full of positive attributes kids can celebrate, including their bodies, skin, eyes, and hair, on the outside, as well as inner qualities, such as their interests, kindness, and personalities.
ABC Let's Celebrate You and Me features colorful illustrations, as well as thoughtful text that gets kids thinking about who they are and how all people are unique, special, and worthy of love and happiness. Each letter of the alphabet is paired with either a physical or character attribute, and each page promotes self-love and kindness to others. This book shows that when we work together and respect each other, we can do great things!
A fun read for the whole family, ABC Let’s Celebrate You and Me is not only perfect for teaching toddlers their ABCs, but also for encouraging kids to love themselves — and other people too — just as they are.
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 What Can I Be? (2020)
ABC Everyday Heroes Like Me (2021)
About the Author
Sugar Snap Studio is led by Jessie Ford, an English illustrator whose colorful view of the world has been brightening people's lives for the last decade. Her graphic shapes, bold color palette, hand-drawn typography, and textured layers create a handmade effect that has been commissioned by clients such as Harry N. Abrams, Rodale Kids, Volkswagen, Samsonite, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Unilever, and Westin Hotels. Her books include ABC: What Can She Be?, ABC: What Can He Be?, and ABC: What Can I Be?