Alphabet Soup: A Feast of Letters

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Greenwich Workshop Press, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
6 Reviews
A host of animals from A to Z come to Otter's housewarming party, bringing a wide variety of foods for his alphabetical soup.

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Review: Alphabet Soup: A Feast of Letters

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Visually fascinating. Gustafson has me hooked on his artwork and writing. Rich, detailed. This is a great book--all the pictures with the letters. This may be hard-to-find, I don't know if it has gone into a new printing. I have a number I plan to send for Christmas. Oh, and a set for my son. Read full review

Review: Alphabet Soup: A Feast of Letters

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

Alphabet Soup 1.Alphabet Book 2.A little otter is having a pot luck party, and he invites 26 friends! Each friend, representing a different letter of the alphabet, must bring something to contribute ... Read full review

About the author (1994)

Scott Gustafson's first artistic inspirations were Disney and Warner Brothers cartoons. He pursued animation at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and Columbia College, but the discovery of book illustrations by N. C. Wyeth, Arthur Rackham, and Norman Rockwell galvanized him. His previous books include The Night Before Christmas, The Nutcracker, and Peter Pan. With Greenwich Workshop Press, he has created two original titles, Alphabet Soup and Animal Orchestra, as well as Classic Fairy Tales and Classic Bedtime Stories.

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