"Blocky or small. Thick or tall.
Roundish, slope-y, fancy or dopey.
Letters look different in all different places.
That's because they have different typefaces."
From an alligator made of aaa's to a zebra made of zzz's, the alphabeasties in this book are ingeniously built out of multiple typefaces. Adults and children will be engaged and delighted with the flaps, which lift to reveal "beasties" for each letter of the alphabet.
About the Author
Sharon Werner is principal of Werner Design Werks in Minneapolis, MN.
Sarah Nelson is a research fellow in the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh.