Alphabears: An ABC Book

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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"The Hagues have created one adorable bear for every letter of the alphabet and describe each teddy's attributes in lilting rhyme and resplendent pictures....Twenty-six bits of whimsy for bear devotees of all ages."Through lyrical rhyme and visual sense, the Hagues have created a delightful bear menagerie in Alphabears. Each letter of the alphabet is introduced through a special teddy bear, whose unique qualities are described in rhyme. Each illustration is framed in white above the large-print text. A treasure for family reading and teddy-bear lovers everywhere!"
 

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User Review  - 1derlys - LibraryThing

This is a nice warm book for younger children to learn the Alphabets. The photos are detailed and the bears are living lifes' twists and turns and just plain ol' life. Read full review

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User Review  - Bianca_Knight - LibraryThing

This book helps kids learn their alphabets by associating each alphabets with the name of a bear and their action. This would be a book that I would use to help kids with their alphabets. Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Kathleen Hague and Michael Hague have collaborated on several books for children, including Bear Hugs and Calendarbears. The Hagues live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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