Paintings of familiar objects in Alphabet City reveal letters of the alphabet everywhere, from a "G" in the neck of an ornate lamppost, to a "P" formed by the curve of a subway railing, to a "V" on a telephone pole.
Letters can be seen all over the city, in this book illustrated with realistic paintings. Readers will discover a "G" in the neck of a lamppost, a "P" in a subway railing, and a "V" on a telephone pole. Selected by the New York Times Book Review as one of the Best Illustrated Children's Books of 1995.
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction, Language + Art + Disciplines
Subgenre: Concepts / General, Alphabet, Phonetics + Phonics