The ingenious Norman Messenger transforms the ordinary letters of the alphabet into extraordinary objects in this visionary collection of flora, fauna and more. This is a book for all ages to delight in and it would make a beautiful gift.
“A stunner.” Observer
“While parents puzzle over the meanings, small children will be tracing the curious shapes with their fingers – just as they ought to learn their letters.” Wall Street Journal
“All ages will delight in this stunningly illustrated book which helps us to look at letters in unexpected ways.” Parents in Touch
About the Creators:
Norman Messenger's reputation as an illustrator became established with work for books, magazines and design groups. His books for children include Annabel's House (winner of the US Redbook Award); Making Faces; Imagine and The Land of Neverbelieve. He was a founder member of the Association of Illustrators and lives in Gloucestershire.
230 x 300 mm
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5 – 16