A is for Annabelle

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Oxford University Press, 1954 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Learn the alphabet from A to Z with the help of Annabelle the doll. Each gorgeously illustrated spread features one of her favorite things. With antique boxes, parasols, and yarn for knitting, children can learn the alphabet in grand style.

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User Review  - EmilyDrennan - LibraryThing

A is for Annabelle is an alphabet book that tells a story about a doll named Annabelle. Two little girls are playing with their grandmothers doll, and each letter represents a different aspect of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Beth Wood - Goodreads

Originally published in 1954, this is a sweet and charming alphabet book about a grandmother's antique doll. It's not dynamic and modern enough to hold every child's interest, but as an exploration of "the olden days", or for a little girl who loves dolls, this is a lovely book. Read full review


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Tasha Tudor is a two-time Caldecott Honor artist with more than ninety books to her credit. She is known across the world for her glowing watercolor depictions of the American rural scene of a century ago, and for her exquisite paintings of children, flowers, and animals. In A is for Annabelle she shares with readers her love of dolls and everything that goes with them. Tasha Tudor is also the illustrator of A Child?s Garden of Verses, The Springs of Joy, The Night Before Christmas, A Time to Keep, The Dolls? Christmas, All for Love, Pumpkin Moonshine, A Tale for Easter, and 1 is One, a Caldecott Honor book. She lives in Vermont.

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