Letters by John Burningham
(First Steps Board Books)

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"Young children will enjoy the light and airy illustrations that lead them on a journey to discover letters" - THE BOSTON GLOBE

With whimsical illustrations and the sparest of texts, award-winning author-
illustrator John Burningham gives toddlers a lively demonstration of the building blocks of learning. Full of spirited fun, this "first step" - LETTERS - is just right for very young children who are on the path to figuring out the world around them.
 

About John Burningham

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John Burningham is one of the world's most recognized and beloved children's book creators. His work has received countless awards, including two Kate Greenaway Medals and a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor for It's a Secret! With Candlewick Press, he is also the author of There's Going to Be a Baby, illustrated by his wife, Helen Oxenbury, and his work is featured in the collectors' volume John Burningham. He lives in London.
 
Published May 1, 2003 by Candlewick. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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Now in board book format, John Burningham's Colors, Letters, Opposites and Numbers, first published in 1985, explore the basics with playful ink and pencil illustrations.

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