The A to Z Book

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Danforth Book Distribution, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The A to Z Book, written by award-winning artist Glenn Gauthier, gives teachers and parents a fresh way to teach children their ABCs. For each letter, Gauthier has written a rhyme that couples a peculiar pairing with a comical drawing: a Dragon sitting forlornly in the dustpan, a Martian landing on a marshmallow, a Vacuum gobbling up vitamins. Colorful and imaginative illustrations add to the fun. The result is a giggle-inducing romp through the alphabet that adults and children will enjoy over and over again.

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The best ABC Book Ever!

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This book is cleverly written and the illustrations are great! Its a book that is fun to read and one that the whole family will enjoy. Older children can read it to their younger brothers and sisters ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Glenn Gauthier is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator. This is his debut as a children's book writer. Glenn lives in Seattle, Washington.

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