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Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack Book

Anna Elizabeth Judd

 

Anna provides it all as if you are in the saddle along for the journey. Her rare books bring the readers joy from nearly every genre they can appreciate.

Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack represents a keen way to teach the alphabet to developing children.  Through word associations, rhyming schemes, and pictorial representations, the book promotes effective teaching technologies to advance the knowledge levels of students from pre-school through elementary school.  Example, “Haystack Helps Hubert Haul Hay up the Hill.”

From an Instructional Design standpoint Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack superbly promotes learning technology strategies adaptable to many of Gardner’s Learning Styles, which places Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack on a pedestal.  When considering platforms by which to advance basic learning and communication skills, teachers now have an exceptional new tool to aid them in their endeavors. 

Most notably, children will develop a personal relationship with Haystack, a courageous horse who has appeared in several other works. This character bonding boldly prompts young children to develop a relationship based on trustworthiness which can potentially last for many years…much in the way Dr. Seuss and Fred Rogers afforded those of us in “older” generations for several decades, making Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack a must-read!

A solid publishing firm with more than a decade of assisting clients will their publishing needs. She had a BA in fine arts, with a minor in Equine Science. On the side, she studied at Scottsdale Art Institute under Robert ‘Shoofly’ Shufelt. Lizzy writes books, which considering this website, makes perfect sense. She is best known for ghostwriting various best sellers in all genres. Literary Agent Along with her own novels based on the initial part of her working career, horse training. As she understands the importance of family values, Lizzy chose a pen name borrowed from her family tree, Anna Elizabeth Judd.

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