Tiny Tot Review: C is for Cthulu by Jason Ciaramella

Tiny Tot Reviews

Tiny Tot Reviews is a way for me to showcase some of the many children’s books that I read during my down time at the bookstore

C is for CthulhuSource: Kickstarter Project 
Publisher: Atheneum for Young Readers
Series: –
Edition: Hardback, 40 Pages
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Purchase: Kickstarter*
*I receive a small monetary kickback from Amazon purchases

C is for Cthulhu is a gorgeously illustrated alphabet board book inspired by the work of H.P. Lovecraft.

C is for Cthulhu is a super cute alphabet book focused solely on works by H.P. Lovecraft. It’s the standard set for an alphbet board book, with one letter for each page and artwork to go along with it. However the art is stunning and some of the most chilling creatures are now incredibly cute and squee-worthy. It’s vibrant colors and adorable art style are perfect for the coloring loving tots, and the Lovecraft loving adult.


I think the subject matter is probably toeing the line of appropriate for this age level considering the stories it pulls from, but everything about it is kid friendly and fun! Plus who wouldn’t want to turn their kid into a growing lover of the Elder Gods?

It’s currently on Kickstarter and has had a limited distribution in the past, so I’m not sure  if this is one you’ll be able to grab at a store and it’s probably best if you go ahead and back the project to ensure you get one. And if they have a FREE PDF copy you can download, so check that out before it’s gone!

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3 Responses to Tiny Tot Review: C is for Cthulu by Jason Ciaramella

  1. janceewright says:

    Thank you for making me aware of this!

  2. This book is brilliant. 🙂

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