Book Review: Now I Know My Avocados

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Just when you thought you’ve seen all the alphabet books under the sun, you find a gorgeously illustrated new one that combines alphabet learning with a ‘seek and find’ approach.

We were thrilled to receive Stephanie Wykoff’s new book, ‘Now I Know My Avocados’ and even my 8 year old was impressed with the turquoise, orange and tan palette combination (he’s my design aficionado and that was the first thing he pointed out!).

We had fun going through it and since my kids are somewhat obsessed with narwhals, they were thrilled to see one make an appearance.

A fabulous addition to a bookshelf or a great gift one for a toddler or preschooler.

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (29 Nov. 2017)

Available from Amazon

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Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson

Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson

An avid reader, Natalie offers her perspective on her favorite adult and children's reads over at @livingbythepagewithnatalie on Instagram.Professionally, she is the CEO of Saltar Consulting.
Prior to that she has served as a Team Leader at Chatham Financial Europe in the UK, the Associate Director of the International Center & Admissions at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, the NGO and Policy Coordination Officer at the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and a consultant for the Corporate Executive Board.

She holds a Bachelors in International Relations and Spanish from Tufts University and a Masters in International Relations from the LSE. She is also an accredited practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) as well as a certified CultureActive® cross-cultural trainer. Further, she serves as a guest writer for the Huffington Post.

A truly global citizen, Natalie is Argentine-American and has worked, studied and volunteered in over 35 countries. She currently resides in Ann Arbor, MI with her husband and three children.
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