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World Publishing Company, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Beginning with an "Ant on an Apple," illustrations, simple text, and a pesky fly who will not stay on his page introduce the letters of the alphabet.

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User Review  - ShantiR - LibraryThing

Genre: Easy Audience: Pre K-1st The beautiful illustrations by Bruno Munari make this an exceptional ABC book. Each alphabet is allotted two pages most of the time and showcase beautiful water color like pictures with different types of details. Read full review

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User Review  - DanielleHuslinger91 - LibraryThing

This book is teaching the alphabet in a clever way. On each page is a different letter and examples of words that start with that letter. For example for the letter A, there is a picture of an apple ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Bruno Munari was born in Milan in 1907. He exhibited with the second generation of Italian Futurists early in his career and was a cofounder of the Concrete Art movement. Throughout his life he worked as a graphic and product designer, and devoted progressively more energy to products for children. Numerous awards, including the Andersen prize for Best Children's Author, the Lego prize, the Japan Design Foundation prize, recognize his contributions to a myriad of cultural fields. Munari died in Milan in 1998.

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