A3 Animal Alphabet Print
A3 Animal Alphabet Print
A3 Animal Alphabet Print
A3 Animal Alphabet Print
A3 Animal Alphabet Print
A3 Animal Alphabet Print
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A3 Animal Alphabet Print

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Ketchup on Everything
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£12.00
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This Educational Animal Alphabet Print will provide hours of entertainment for your little one whilst practising their ABC, learning is easy when your having fun!

This Giclee Print is custom printed onto the highest quality archival matte paper using long lasting non fade inks. Printed in UK. Presented in strong brown card postal tube

Also available in larger A2 & A3 size see other listing. Because of the amount of detail in this print, if you have the space the larger the better!

This print comes unframed however it fits easy standard A3 frame size

 A3 Paper Size 29.7 x 42.0 cm

Review from Red Reading Hub Blog

"Alliterative alphabet fun is what we have in this retro style A to Z of creatures great and small. Each animal has an adjective starting with the same letter to describe it. Thus Bb ‘busking bear’ shows a banjo-strumming brown bear playing to a couple of birds. Kay Vincent manages to give each and every animal a real personality in her stylised depictions.
This one’s definitely a visual treat but at the same time there’s plenty of space for youngsters’ own flights of verbal fancy: What is that ‘jolly jellyfish’ with the yippee flag celebrating for instance? Or, how is the xylophonist X-ray fish able to play under water and what is the music? Each letter offers storying potential – an added bonus and one that makes this more than just an ordinary animal alphabet. "