A sneaky letter larcenist wreaks havoc by stealing ABCs from around town, in Bill Richardson’s The Alphabet Thief. Hilarity escalates as rhyming verses, accompanied by creatively quirky drawings from Roxanna Bikadoroff, tell how an entire hockey team and group of mice can turn into a pot of tea poured on ice, all due to a hijacked letter M. Never fear, though—an unexpected hero has a daring plan to turn oil back into soil and pants back to paints asap.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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