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Letters from New York: Making Pictures with the A-B-C
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Maree Coote
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Letters from New York: Making Pictures with the A-B-C

Maree Coote


9780992491765

Melbournestyle Books


Early learning: ABC books & alphabet books;
People & places (Children's&YA);
Educational: Art & design


Hardback

24 pages

$29.95
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From the creator of the 2017 Bologna Ragazzi Award-winning title Spellbound, Letters From New York is the next in an ingenious series of 'Letter Art' books. There are shapes all around us... shapes that look like the letters of the A-B-C. Every picture is made from the letters that spell its name... Can you find the letters hidden in these pictures? Letters From New York is fun and educational, and helps with letter recognition, spelling, reading, writing, design and observational skills.

By:   Maree Coote
Imprint:   Melbournestyle Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 260mm,  Width: 260mm, 
ISBN:   9780992491765
ISBN 10:   0992491762
Pages:   24
Publication Date:   December 2017
Recommended Age:   From 5 to 7 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Maree Coote is a writer, designer, illustrator, typographer and photographer. She is the author of two gold award-winning histories, The Melbourne Book and The Art of Being Melbourne, and is author/illustrator of 11 children's picture books, including Spellbound, Alphabet City Zoo, and The Black Pot Belly. Spellbound won the prestigious Bologna Ragazzi Special Mention Prize in Italy 2017, the Nami Island Illustration 'Distinction' award in South Korea 2017, and is shortlisted for the CBCA 2017 prize in Australia.


This rhythmic tour takes visual poetry to a new level. --Foreword Reviews

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