A, My Name Is-- by Alice Lyne

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The traditional alphabet jump-rope rhyme introduces youngsters to new friends from around the world, from Alex and Angie in Alabama to Zelma and Zoe in Zambia, in a fun-filled rhyme that includes letter clues hidden in whimsical full-color illustrations.

About Alice Lyne

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Dr. Gail Saltz lives in New York City. Lynne Cravath lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
Published March 1, 1997 by Charlesbridge. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cravath's (Three, Two, One Day) freewheeling, bustling watercolor art, animated with calligraphic and cartoonlike lines, incorporates objects that also begin with the featured letter: thus, Ian and Ida--""We live in Indonesia,/ And we sell iguanas""--are shown boating between an igloo and an iris...

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