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Pallotta, Jerry//Stillwell, Fred
Learn about the alphabet while gaining knowledge about different airplanes throughout history. Observe how airplanes have changed and progressed through time.

Barasch, Lynne
In 1923, a young boy works hard to learn morse code in order to get his amateur radio operator license and his very own call letters. Everyday he excitedly puts on his headphones and warms up his station, talking to people all over the world. During a far away hurricane, he uses his radio to send out messages to rescue stranded people.

Jacobs, Leland
A different letter is shown for each girl. Girls are shown doing many special activities.

Neumeier, Marty//Glaser, Byron
Active pictures depict each letter of the alphabet in this ABC book. The letters help to create each picture.

Farber, Norma
While a turtle is crossing the Boston Common, he sees a man with many animals. All of these uncommon animals are in alphabetical order.

Bridwell, Norman
Clifford discovers the alphabet and many different objects. (A Wordless Book).

Yolen, Jane
An elf, an activity, flowers, animals, and objects represent each letter of the alphabet.

Hausman, Bonnie
How are you feeling today?Join the children in this book to find out if they are feeling the same way. Learn the letters of the alphabet while you solve the puzzles of emotions. Have fun!

Schnur, Steven
Each page brings a purple word and colorful picture of springtime. When read vertically, the first letters of the word form an alphabetic acrostic, from kites to eggs, hopscotch to parade, springtime is worth enjoying.

Fife, Dale H
Adam and friends have many adventures in alphabetical order throughout the day.

Updike, John
Poems are provided with various pictures of objects which begin with each letter of the alphabet such as apple, bird, jam, egg, nickel, oatmeal, toy and zero.

Wilner, Isabel
In this alphabet garden, you will experience the process of planting a garden through spring, summer, and autumn. While tending to your garden, you may even meet a variety of animals that may lend a hand during the process.

Lessac, Frane
Come and take a trip through the Caribbean with the letters of the alphabet. Experience the different animals, foods, music, games, and landmarks of the Caribbean. The cultures and lifestyles of the people in the Caribbean are explained and pictured through this alphabetical adventure.

Lindberg, Reeve
Some mischievous aardvarks visit school and create chaos in the class. The other animals in the class do not like the aardvarks' behavior and the aardvarks are expelled.

Lester, Mike
A is for salad?N is for lunch?R is for bowling?Look at the alphabet in a whole different light with colorful and humorous animals. A isn't for salad, but for the alligator that munches on a big bowl of greens. Find out for yourself if K is for doctor or if M is for cowboy boots.

Hague, Kathleen
A bear introduces each letter of the alphabet by describing the letters in a rhyme from A to Z.

Rockwell, Anne
Albert B. Cub's friend named Zebra is missing. Albert looks all over for Zebra, travelling from A to Z. Finally, Albert finds Zebra at the zoo. (A Wordless Book)

Tryon, Leslie
A duck, Albert the school carpenter, is asked to build an alphabet for the schools walking path. Albert relies on all the supplies in his workshop to build the alphabet.

Geringer, Laura
A young girl's mother brings her breakfast to her at the kitchen table. When the mother leaves, the girl's imagination goes wild. She imagines there are many different animals in the kitchen with her during breakfast. When her mother reappears, all of the animals seem to disappear except for the cow.

Rey, H.A.
Curious George begins to look through books and wants to read them. His owner teaches him the alphabet by giving him examples of words that begin with each letter.

Seuss, Dr.
The Cat in the Hat returns to visit Salley and her brother's house while their mother is gone. The children shovel the sidewalk, causing mischief and a big mess. Then, the Cat in the Hat brings out his helpers, Cats A-Z, to help clean up.

Kitchen, Bert
Each letter is represented by an animal whose name starts with that letter.

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Seuss, Dr.
This book teaches each letter of the alphabet and how to use them to begin reading. Each letter has it's own story rhyme.

Wildsmith, Brian
Animals are shown for each letter of the alphabet.

Grossett, Dunlap
This alphabet book encourages the reader to find the animal that's first letter corresponds with the letter in the book.

Piatti, Celestino
In this alphabet book, there is an animal and a rhyming text that corresponds with each letter.

McPhail, David
An alphabet book with an animal illustrations that correspond to each letter.

Merriam, Eve
This alphabet book depicts different animals in habitats which correspond to each letter.

Johnson, Crockett
A little boy named Harold decides he wants to take us through the ABCs. He uses everyday events, materials, and ideas to take us from A to Z.

Fisher, Leonard Everett
This book introduces the letters of the alphabet by displaying paintings of pictures that start with each letter.

Lobel, Anita
Friends find, draw, pick and create flowers for their friends. All of the flowers follow the alphabet as do the friends names.

Balian, Judy
An ugly witch finds a secret recipe for beauty, but she must figure out the secret code. She cracks the code and discovers all she really needed was a smile!

Brown, Margaret Wise
Letters help to describe the different events that happen at night around bedtime.

Heller, Nicholas
Twenty-six ogres live under the trap door. When you open it, you can see them feasting on foods from A-Z!Do not let them hear your tummy rumble or the ogres will disappear!

Demi.
Can you find an animal for each letter of the alphabet?Each page is very colorful, eye-catching, and exciting.

Agard, J.
This ABC book shares Caribbean vocabulary in a rhyming fashion. Each page is rich with foods such as okra, roti, sugarcane and yams.

Tudor, Tasha
A young girl discovers her grandmother's old doll named Annabelle. As the young girl plays with Annabelle, she sees all the things the doll has in alphabetical order, from her cloak, dresses and earings to her slippers, umbrella, and veil.

Jefferds, Vincent
All of the Disney characters in this book explain the ABCs through rhythm and fun.

Aylesworth, Jim
Using the Pennsylvania Dutch culture as a backdrop, this book uses a rhyme to teach the alphabet. For example, the letter E is represented by the rhyme Eggs are found under the fat red hens.

Shannon, George
Join in and guess the product that will be made tomorrow from the clue given today. For example, A is for seed, tomorrow's apple.

Hughes, Shirley
Alfie takes you on a search for the things and people in his life that match the letters of the alphabet. Alfie's family and friends are drawn with detail and bright colors that make you excited to see what is next. His sister, Annie Rose, also enjoys Alfie and his things. She is shown quite frequently along with him.

Hughes, Shirley
Lucy and Tom explore the alphabet letter by letter with their family.

Shelby, Anne
Alpha and Betty plan a potluck dinner and invite all their friends. Each person brings a different type of food. Acton brings asparagus, Ben brings bagels, Don brings dumplings and there are many more.

Lester, Alison
During their day, Alice and Aldo work their way through the alphabet. They do all kinds of fun things like quacking with the ducks, making milkshakes, and swinging over the flowers. By the end of the day Alice and Aldo are ready for bed.

Christensen, Bonnie
Each letter of the alphabet is described using a type of food or plant. The pictures of this book are clear and vivid.

Williams, Jenny
There are many kinds of food that can be used to teach the alphabet. For example, E is for egg, M is for milk, O is for orange, and V is for vegetables.

Ehlert, Lois
There are fruits and vegetables from A-Z. A is for apple, asparagus, avocado, apricot and artichoke. B is for brussel sprout, bean, blueberry, broccoli and banana.

Schonberg, Marcia
From A to Z, various facts about Ohio are given. Each letter of the alphabet represents past and present symbols and accomplishments of the state of Ohio. Johnny Appleseed, eight presidents, Quaker Oats, and the Underground Railroad are all associated with Ohio.

Viorst, Judith
This cute poem takes the reader from z to a in reverse order to teach the alphabet.

Mauber, Donna
Learn different words to go with the letters of the alphabet