I think the publisher description has more text than the actual book. That is because it is an alphabet board book. However, it is not just B is for Bison: A National Parks Primer (Babylit) like the title informs us, but Greg Paprocki created a little more to the story. In the backdrop of most pages, there is the name of a National Park where you can see the A is for arch (Gateway Arch National Park), the B for bison, the many different landmarks, and the lava you will see one place. And sometimes, like with the letter K (Kenai Fjords National Park), it is the word/phrase for that letter.
There are features for each of the 26 national parks. You will see O for Old Faithful, G for Grand Canyon National Park and much more. You might now some parks like Yosemite, and others might be new. But did you know that there are 26 state parks? I did not. Which is probably my favorite fact of the whole book.
The cover gives you the artwork you will find inside this board book. It is busy, and there is lots to see but it is not overwhelmingly overwhelming. You can look at it multiple times and usually find something new, but it is not endless. And with the young reader just learning you could probably find other things that start with the letter of the page, or you can ask what they think/know the letter is for something else in the scene (the B page has Mountains and Trees and Grass).
Overall, it is sweet and fun. It might not be for everyone, but is would be a nice addition to a classroom or personal library. I also think it would be a great new baby or first birthday gift.