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City Seen from A to Z by Rachel Isadora
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City Seen from A to Z (edition 1992)

by Rachel Isadora, Rachel Isadora (Illustrator)

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Title:City Seen from A to Z
Authors:Rachel Isadora
Other authors:Rachel Isadora (Illustrator)
Info:Greenwillow Books (1992), Edition: First Edition, Paperback
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Tags:Picture Book, Easy, Rachel Isadora, Pre-K to Kindergarten

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City Seen from A to Z by Rachel Isadora

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This book describes cites throughout the world with letters of the alphabet. I would recommend this book to children ages 3-5.

Source: ECE Library
  voeghtlyam | May 17, 2014 |
This book uses the alphabet letters to describe the city. it is an interesting way to teach children the alphabet letters.
ages 4-5
From Pierce College ECE Library
  sandratt | Apr 24, 2014 |
This book was describing the names and things found in the city from letter A-Z by naming each things show in city.
3-4 years old
ECE Price College Library
  kavy | Apr 23, 2014 |
This book would be great if you were teaching the alphabet, but also to gain vocabulary words. I enjoyed that throughout the book, the words that stood for each letter in the alphabet were complex. The pictures in the book are lovely and stay true to Isadora's typical style. The letter T had the word tutu...yet again we find Isadora's love for dance shine through here. ( )
  jewolf | Oct 6, 2013 |
REVIEW: "Twenty-six black-and-white drawings of scenes of city life suggest words beginning with each letter of the alphabet."
SOURCE: Pierce Library
  awetnoodle | Mar 15, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688120326, Paperback)

Look into the very core of the Big Apple. What do you see? Skyscrapers and subways, park benches and beach chairs, and adults and children--playing, laughing, working, and living together in the city.

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Twenty-six black-and-white drawings of scenes of city life suggest words beginning with each letter of the alphabet.

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