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Authors: Patrick and Traci Concepción
C is for cat? D is for dog? Not in this book! Here, Colossal Cornelius captures his companions with his camera and Daisy the diver dares a death-defying dip with dinosaurs. In Alphabetics, each of the alphabet’s twenty-six letters is depicted with an awesome alliteration—not to mention an illuminating illustration—that will captivate and stimulate young minds. Although the lettered tales are meant to be humorous and fun, they also serve a commendable purpose. Complex words are introduced to expand children’s vocabularies and linguistic horizons. The book includes a glossary so that readers can look up any terms that are unfamiliar to them.
Patrick and Traci Concepción are the parents of a lovely daughter who has inspired them to create this children’s book. Patrick is the founder of Conception Studios, a design studio based in California’s San Francisco Bay Area that specializes in graphics for the music industry. Clients range from Paul McCartney to Lady Gaga. Born in 1982, Dawid Ryski lives and works in Pulawy, Poland. He has illustrated numerous newspaper and magazine articles, and created countless concert posters, album covers, and graphic designs for apparel companies. He is the drummer of a Warsaw-based band called the Black Tapes
|Dimensions||24 × 17 cm|
Non-fiction, Picture books
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