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AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went First

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Amazing Alphabet Book Set

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AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went First

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Where the Dead Fear to Tread, by M.R. Gott is a fantasy/horror story that will grab you from the first few pages (assuming you are intrigued by darker ...

For a child obsessed with the alphabet, I like how The Alphabet Tree focuses on the function of letters (and words and sentences). It's useful for some kids ...

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This book is adorable. Winifred is adorable. The monsters are adorable. The artistry is fun and bright and easy to look at (and reminds me strongly of ...

AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went First by Alethea Kontis shows the hilarious chaos that ensues.

AlphaOops: H Is for Halloween

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Jean Little Library

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From Alphabet Adventure to AlphaOops! The Day Z Went First, there's no shortage of examples where letters have been anthropomorphized in children's books.

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Back in 2005 Steve Niles (30 Days of Night, Criminal Macabre) and Greg Ruth (The Matrix, Conan) introduced us to an endearing and damaged young boy named ...

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There is so little text that I find this book very useful for practicing novel story construction, using the language of cause and effect, and practicing ...

Z Goes First: An Alphabet Story Z-to-A

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Many alphabet books are actually quite sophisticated, and we've made to sure to include some of those 'big kid abc books' on this list as well.

My first book deal (AlphaOops: The Day Z Went First) was a true Cinderella story: I wasn't even the one who submitted it to the publisher.

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Use hands-on alphabet activities, like these beginning sound matches, with preschoolers

The Cold Water Witch by Yannick Murphy, illustrated by Tom Lintern isn't really Halloween fare, but it has a fairly creepy witch, so it's going in this ...

And, in the process, I ended up illustrating a second book, Alice's ABCs, which is in the hands of my agent now. There's a story in that.

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Matching letters and pictures in hands-on alphabet activities

I wish the book included trick-or-treating, but the British don't consider that an essential part of the holiday (although it's gaining in popularity from ...

But that threw a wrench in my plans for the illustration art show. I couldn't show or sell the artwork for Return of the Dapper Men until after the book was ...

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AlphaOops! The Day Z Went First by Alethea Kontis

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Each letter has a page and they each have four example works of art depicting one named thing beginning with that letter.

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(alphabet letters race up a tree--a classic to learn alphabet letters!) by Bill Martin Jr Preschool - 1st grade

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Sheep in a Jeep is a book that has been around for a long time and is a favorite at school. It was written by Nancy Shaw and illustrated by Margot Apple.