Found Alphabet (Google eBook)

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, May 30, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The ordinary becomes the extraordinary within the pages of Found Alphabet, a fantastic collaboration of Polish artists.

The four creators of Found Alphabet reside in Kraków, Poland. This is their first book published in the United States.
  

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User Review  - Lizzy Lan - Goodreads

Objects are created with items found lying around here and there. Each object begins with a different letter of the alphabet and is accompanied by a lovely rhyme to go with it. Read full review

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User Review  - Susie - Goodreads

When I noticed that the esteemed Paul Hankins had read a plethora of ABC books recently, I asked him which was his favorite. He selected this one, so I checked it out! The pictures/collections and ... Read full review

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Back Matter
Back Cover
Spine
Copyright

About the author (2005)

Ramon Shindler spent many years traveling around the world as a teacher and teacher trainer. Wojciech Graniczewski spent many years traveling around the world with a theater company, for which he was actor, scriptwriter, and director. Their paths crossed in the magic city of Krakow, Poland, where they write TV scripts, songs, and stories.

Wojciech Graniczewski spent many years traveling around the world with a theater company, for which he was actor, scriptwriter, and director. Ramon Shindler spent many years traveling around the world as a teacher and teacher trainer. Their paths crossed in the magic city of Krakow, Poland, where they write TV scripts, songs, and stories.

Anita Andrzejewska and Andrzej Pilichowski-Ragno are freelance artists who have worked together on several illustration projects. They created the art for Found Alphabet before the text was written. It was meant to "inspire children to create new objects from useless wastes of natural materials, like wood, stone, paper, metal, and feathers, and reveal the beauty of these simple materials.

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