This educational picture book doubles as modern art to help children practice the alphabet in style. In his self-described “digital woodcuts,” Christopher Evans layers colors and shapes to create intricate patterns that form everything from peacock feathers to hedgehog quills. The book’s unexpected choices—here, Q is for Quetzal and N is for Nautilus—make learning the ABCs a fun, fresh experience for children and their reading helpers.
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