Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Review: A is for Architecture by Erik Heuler



An architecture children's book that will fit in with the most sophisticated of architectural libraries. While moving through the alphabet the reader is introduced to some basic architectural terms accompanied with nicely drawn images of both well known and lesser known buildings. Featured buildings include those by some of the world's most notable architects, including Frank Lloyd Wright, Michelangelo, Le Corbusier, and Andrea Palladio. Perfect for the architect parent introducing their children to what they know and love, but suitable for those with any level of knowledge or interest in architecture. A quick read that is sure to entertain and educate.



What a delightful book for the young architect in your house.  My son (age 5) loves art and thought this book was amazing!  He was inspired to draw and create.  We also spent some time looking up the buildings featured in this book,  It sparked amazing conversation and creativity within my son. 4.5 stars.







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