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Harcourt Brace, Jan 1, 1994 - English language
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The letters of the alphabet are transformed and incorporated into twenty-six illustrations, so that the hole in "b" becomes a balloon and "y" turns into the head of a yak.

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Great illustrations! - LibraryThing
The pictures are very basic, but quite in depth. - LibraryThing
The illustrations are the major part of this book. - LibraryThing

Review: Alphabatics

User Review  - Miriah Mascetta - Goodreads

This book won a Caldecott Honor in 1987. This book is very simple and easy to read. It is teaching children the alphabet by using words that go along with the letter. It would be easy for them to ... Read full review

Review: Alphabatics

User Review  - Maggie - Goodreads

Caldecott Honor (1987) Silly and fun, Alphabatics encourages kids to "think outside the box" as each letter in the alphabet transforms into a word the letter starts with. Not a new concept, but the stages shown in the boxes really highlight the transformation. kind of like a cover of animorphs Read full review


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