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The Christmas alphabet by Robert Sabuda
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The Christmas alphabet (original 1994; edition 1994)

by Robert Sabuda

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A new holiday tradition is taking wing at Orchard. In 1996, we introduced the first three Christmas Alphabet Cards -- the snowflake, nutcracker, and dove -- each featuring a gorgeous pop-up image from The Christmas Alphabet. In 1997, we're expanding our collection with the addition of three new cards -- the angel, toy, and friends. Snow white on the front and embossed with an elegant hint of things to come, the cards open up to a dazzling paper sculpture set against a richly colored background, which springs to life with all the movement and magic of the season. Each design has a distinctive seasonal sentiment and comes in its own boxed set of eight cards.… (more)
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Title:The Christmas alphabet
Authors:Robert Sabuda
Info:New York: Orchard Books, c1994. [16] p. : ill. ; 20 x 27 cm.
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The Christmas Alphabet by Robert Clarke Sabuda (1994)

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Beautifully done, excellent condition, gift from friend. Each letter is a book which opens to an illustration for that letter. A is angel, -- Z is Santa cutting some zzzs after his work is done.
  Gmomaj | Dec 14, 2019 |
this is an amazing pop up book that can help with the alphabet. ( )
  mls127 | Nov 26, 2018 |
A great read during Christmas it includes a snowflake, nutcracker and other things that pop up from the pages. ( )
  JanaeMoore | Nov 25, 2018 |
ABC Book/Pop Up Book- perfect for reviewing the alphabet around the holidays! ( )
  AmberLynn1213 | Oct 28, 2018 |
ABC Book/pop up book- pop up book is very intricate this book is great to review ABC's around Christmas time ( )
  AshleyKramer | Sep 13, 2018 |
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A new holiday tradition is taking wing at Orchard. In 1996, we introduced the first three Christmas Alphabet Cards -- the snowflake, nutcracker, and dove -- each featuring a gorgeous pop-up image from The Christmas Alphabet. In 1997, we're expanding our collection with the addition of three new cards -- the angel, toy, and friends. Snow white on the front and embossed with an elegant hint of things to come, the cards open up to a dazzling paper sculpture set against a richly colored background, which springs to life with all the movement and magic of the season. Each design has a distinctive seasonal sentiment and comes in its own boxed set of eight cards.

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