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Eating the Alphabet

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 311 Ratings and 83 Reviews

Book Description
Ages 1-3. This appetizing alphabet book shows fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive, you'll wish they could jump off the page and into your mouth. Even vegetable haters will find it hard to resist the vibrantly colored collage illustrations, which make each item look fascinating and appealing. Long a favorite picture book, this title is now available in a smaller board book edition, just right ... More
Book Information
PublisherOrion House
BindingHardcover (38 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
ISBN-100575046686
ISBN-13978-0575046689
Publication Date10/26/1989
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11/17/2009 jacklyn curb said:
This book has a theme of fruits and vegetables displayed in the concept of A to Z. There is not just one fruit or vegetable per letter, there are two or three representations for each letter. The book is not afraid to use unpopular or unfamiliar foods. The words are presented in upper and lowercase,... more

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