Learn your alphabet with ‘A is for Autumn’


“A IS FOR AUTUMN,” by Robert Maass, Henry Holt and Company, Aug. 16, 2011, $16.99 (ages 3 and up)

With vibrant illustrations and lyrical text, picture books transport readers to worlds of imagination. “A is for Autumn” helps young readers look at the magic in the world that surrounds them.

“A is for Autumn and Apples, of course. B is for Birds that fly south to warmer winter homes. C is for Colors as leaves begin to change.”

Photographs of nature, animals and families accompany each letter of the alphabet in this colorful alphabet book. And each image is thoughtfully arranged to highlight each individual letter.

Perfect for preschoolers who are just learning their letters, “A is for Autumn” will help little ones match up letters with objects.


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