Sure, it’s possible to teach your kid the alphabet with the traditional boring, “A is for Apple, B is for Banana” song and dance, but if you want to spice things up a little, there’s the Harry Potter alphabet from Australian Illustrator Kayla Pyke.
She went through all 26 letters and found a character that represents each letter. The best part are her descriptions, some of which you can see above, and the rest are below. My favorite? “N is for Neville, fearless snake-killing mother****er.” Neville always needed more credit.
Check out the entire rest of the alphabet below: