Alphabet Adventure by Audrey WoodAlphabet Adventure by Audrey Wood

Alphabet Adventure

byAudrey WoodIllustratorBruce Wood

Hardcover | August 1, 2001

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After working hard all summer with their teacher, "Capital T," the lower case letters of the alphabet are on their way to the first day of school. But they're held up when the letter i loses her dot. The letters come up with a plan, and race around to find a substitute for Little i to wear s offers a star, h a heart but at the last moment the mischievous dot returns (anxious about being replaced).
Don and Audrey Wood have been an award-winning team for over 25 years. ?When our son, Bruce, was very young, the best part of the day for my wife, Audrey, and me was reading him his bedtime picture books?.That's when I fell in love with children's literature and decided to illustrate, and occasionally write, children's books,? says ...
Title:Alphabet AdventureFormat:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 9.85 × 11.05 × 0.33 inPublished:August 1, 2001Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:043908069X

ISBN - 13:9780439080699

Appropriate for ages: 4


Editorial Reviews

"This unusual alphabet book boasts not only a clever, original, and engaging story but also lavish, computer-generated pictures by the author's son. His Alphabet Island has the hot colors and lush tropical look of Miami Beach, and his double-page spreads are positively cinematic, with wide-screen scope and inventive use of perspective. Best of all, Wood manages to invest his three-dimensional letters with individual personalities that kids will find irresistible." -- Booklist"Cleverly conceived and dramatically executed....Each page glows with jewel tones and is a feast for the eye. Children who are mastering the alphabet will be fascinated by this book, not only because of the letters but also in the suggestion that the alphabet can be theirs." --School LibraryJournal