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Children's Fiction Alphabet

Alphabet Antics

by (author) Robert Heidbreder

illustrated by Phillippe Béha

Tradewind Books
Initial publish date
Apr 2022
Alphabet, Beginner, General, Imagination & Play
Recommended Age
3 to 5
Recommended Grade
p to k
Recommended Reading age
3 to 5
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2022
    List Price

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Alphabet Antics celebrates the many shapes of the lower case letters in short rhymes and vibrant illustrations. By encouraging readers to see the many shapes of the letters, it adds a fresh dimension to the alphabet.

Children and adults alike will love reading about the antics the small letters get up to in this lively, distinctive book.

About the authors

Robert Heidbreder was born in Illinois but now lives in British Columbia. He has enchanted children with his joyful poems and rhymes for more than two decades. A former elementary school teacher (and winner of the Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence), he believes that children's love of silly and absurd combinations of words makes them natural poets. His books include Eenie Meenie Manitoba, Don't Eat Spiders, I Wished for a Unicorn, Drumheller Dinosaur Dance, Python Play, See Saw Saskatchewan, Crocodiles Say, A Sea-Wishing Day, Lickety-Split, Crocodiles Play, Shake-Awakes, Noisy Poems for a Busy Day, Black and Bittern Was Night and Song for a Summer Night.

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Philippe Béha has illustrated more than 200 children's books. He is a three-time recipient of the Governor General’s Literary Award and a winner of the Mr. Christie's Book Award. He has also been a finalist for the IBBY Hans Christian Andersen Lifetime Achievement Award. He lives in Quebec.


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