If Rocks Could Sing: A Discovered Alphabet
A distinctive and whimsical alphabet concept book uses unaltered rocks that form... read more
A distinctive and whimsical alphabet concept book uses unaltered rocks that form the shape of each letter and also illustrate the associated word. On the “e is for elephant” page, for example, a rock shaped like a lowercase “e” is shown along with a rock that looks—astonishingly!—like an elephant’s head. Occasional props (the rabbit-shaped rock on the “r is for rabbit” page is nosing an orange carrot) add to the sense of fun in this unusual concept book. (Ages 2–5)
© Cooperative Children's Book Center, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, 2012
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