Apples, alligators, and also alphabets

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Oxford University Press, Apr 1, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages

Learning the alphabet is fun when you bring along this crazy collection of animals, featuring everyone from Dizzy Dinosaurs to Impish Iguanas and Zany Zebras. Richly illustrated with engaging scenes that young children will love, each page brings the reader along to Nibble Noodles with a pair of well-mannered Narwhals, or lets them join the Lyre-strumming Lizards Lounging by the Lagoon (with their friends Lobster, Lion, and Loon). The more children look, the more same-letter objects they can name, and the more they learn. Odette and Bruce Johnson turn the simple task of learning the alphabet into a wild trip through a child's imagination

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About the author (1991)

BRUCE and ODETTE JOHNSON are a father/daughter team living in Coburg, Ontario. This is their first book.

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