This contemporary classic, celebrating its twenty-fifth year in print, is no ordinary alphabet book. Why is Q” for Duck”?
Because a duck quacks, of course. Even the youngest readers will delight in the riddle-like text and lively, humorous illustrations.
Now in vivid full color for the first time, this interactive treat is sure to be enjoyed by a whole new generation of readers.
Just when you think your child has the alphabet under control, along comes this little treasure. It gives all kinds of new associations for those letters. A is for Zoo starts off the story, and it will have your child guessing how the letter is connected to the description. It is a new way to look at the alphabet and a good brain exercise. The illustrations are colorful and add to the total effect. Early readers will be able to do this on their own as the words are simple. Parents and teachers will be able to expand upon the initial connections and have children make up their own connections for the letters. 2005 (orig.1980), Clarion Books, and Ages 4 to 7.