Diy Abc by Eleonora MartonDiy Abc by Eleonora Marton

Diy Abc

IllustratorEleonora Marton

Paperback | December 9, 2016

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A boldly illustrated, interactive alphabet book that invites the reader to complete each illustration by drawing, cutting and pasting or coloring in something to do with that letter. Draw the ants in A's anthill, paste a family picture in F's family. . . . Clever connections between the activities of the various letters bring the book to life. Printed on heavy cardstock, with numerous die cuts, stickers and flaps, this is interactive learning in action.Eleonora Martonhas a bold gouache illustration style with a charming, vintage feel. A boldly illustrated, interactive alphabet book that invites the reader to complete each illustration by drawing, cutting and pasting or coloring in something to do with that letter. Draw the ants in A's anthill, paste a family picture in F's family. . . . Clever connections between the activities of the various letters bring the book to life. Printed on heavy cardstock, with numerous die cuts, stickers and flaps, this is interactive learning in action.Eleonora Martonhas a bold gouache illustration style with a charming, vintage feel.
Title:Diy AbcFormat:PaperbackDimensions:56 pages, 8.25 × 6.38 × 0.65 inPublished:December 9, 2016Publisher:Cicada BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1908714379

ISBN - 13:9781908714374

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In this uber creative, interactive DIY ABC book, this enthralling look at the alphabet is unlike anything else we've seen before. @picturebooksbloggerThe DIY aspect of the book is comes from the fact that Eleonora has only provided a starting point for children, creating an illustrative version of interactive learning.@It'sNiceThatIn this uber creative, interactive DIY ABC book, this enthralling look at the alphabet is unlike anything else we've seen before. @picturebooksbloggerThe DIY aspect of the book is comes from the fact that Eleonora has only provided a starting point for children, creating an illustrative version of interactive learning.@It'sNiceThat