Your little ones will really enjoy this language boosting beauty by Anna K. The illustrations are retro cute and colorful, and I love the idea of collecting the first one thousand words in a child's world. This book was helpful when my younger son was learning to talk, and now that he is older, this is a great source for working on sight words. The pages are divided into sections organized as seen below, and each section is filled with eye-catching scenes that will engage young readers.
I sometimes read product reviews on Amazon before I buy the book, and one of the reviews of this book pointed out that this the pictures in this are too stylized to be recognized by little kids, for example, the picture of books on a shelf looks like a bunch of mid-century modern rectangles and kids couldn't see that they were books. Well, I can see what the reviewer means, and there are definitely picture books that I read and think that they were designed for adults to find them pretty instead of kids connecting with the story. However, my three year old didn't have trouble with the pictures, and I liked that the book does cover the common words that we see in most of these word books - ball, cat, cup - and it also covers more unique terms like leek and eggplant. Have a great day all!