Review: “We Alphas”

by ggeurs


My hobby as a book reviewer keeps me limited typically to books on faith and the occasional celebrity memoir. Having established my usual reading assortments, I cannot describe how much fun it was to look through the 26 We Alphas post card activities.

I have an eight-month-old daughter, and the whole time I was looking through these, I couldn’t help but think about all the fun we’ll be having with these. I already know I am going to need to get a second set so that one can be laminated and written all over with dry-erase marker and a second set which can be filled out and mailed to the intended recipients.

The images are colorful and eye-catching to younger children. Each letter is cleverly hidden in the general shape of an animal. The back of each card has a special “task” or message to be filled out before the card is placed in the mail. There are so many fun things that can be done with this.

Any parent with young kids (or soon-to-be-parent) should totally consider picking up a set of the Wee Alpha cards. Do it and thank me later.

I received my Wee Aplhas set for free through the Blogging for Books program in exchange for reviewing the product. I was not obligated to post a positive review; the opinions expressed are absolutely and totally mine!