All Butterflies: An ABC

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Scribner, 1974 - Alphabet - 32 pages
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Pairs of words, such as "All Butterflies," "Cat Dance," and "Elephants Fly," are set against illustrative woodcuts.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Marcia Brown's ABC arrangement functions more as a device for ordering her strong, glowing woodcuts than an aid in learning the alphabet. From "All Butterflies" (patterning a serene wood of black ... Read full review

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User Review  - gmashley - LibraryThing

All butterflies is a very interesting book. Including the title there are 26 words in the entire book. She went through in alphabetical order and had one word for each letter. The book has wonderful pictures and they are mostly about animals. Read full review

About the author (1974)

Marcia Joan Brown, 1918 - 2015 Marcia Joan Brown was born in Rochester, New York on July 13, 1918. She graduated from New York State College for Teachers (the University at Albany's predecessor). She taught at Cornwall High School in New York City, where she began her writing career with the publication of The Little Carousel in 1946. She authored and illustrated more than 30 children's books. She won the Caldecott Medal three times for Cinderella, Once a Mouse, and Shadow. Brown died on April 28 at her home in Laguna Hills, California, following complications of congestive heart failure. She was 96.

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