ABC Letters in the Libraryby Bonnie Farmer, Chum McLeod
What better place to introduce young
A single lovingly written, playfully illustrated book introduces children to both the alphabet and the library, through wonderfully descriptive, alliterative language. ABC Letters in the Library puts a fresh new spin on the traditional ABC lesson, and is an ideal tool for teachers & librarians. It's ABC's for Bookworms-to-Be.
What better place to introduce young ones to the alphabet than in the library? Whimsical illustrated letters come alive and spark young readers' imaginations. Lively poetic text is perfect for reading aloud! Authors prance down aisles alphabetically. Browsing bookworms read beautiful books. Children discover new worlds around every corner! Delightful drawings will develop their vocabulary. From humming computers to the snug story nook, every spot of the library is explored in this exhilarating, eye-popping, but most importantly educational book.
- Lobster Press
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.25(w) x 10.75(h) x 0.12(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 6 Years
Meet the Author
Bonnie Farmer was born in Shelburne, Nova Scotia and lives in Montreal. As an elementary school teacher, she certainly knows her way around the library! She is an award-winning playwright whose first children's book, Isaac's Dreamcatcher (Lobster Press, 2002), was a Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice selection (2003).
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