Item description for Albert's Alphabet (Albert (Aladdin)) by Leslie Tryon...
Overview When Albert the Goose is asked to build an alphabet for the school playground, he sets to work using tools and lumber from his carpentry workshop--but what can he do when he runs out of materials? Albert puts his noggin to the task and pulls off the (nearly) impossible. An ALA Notable Book. Full color.
Publishers Description Albert the school carpenter has been assigned a task that seems virtually impossible He has to build an alphabet for the walking path on the school playground. All twenty-six letters And by three o'clock How is he ever going to finish on time? Does he even have enough materials? Luckily, Albert is one clever carpenter. He not only finishes on time, he builds what could be the most ingenious alphabet ever
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.93" Width: 9.79" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1994
ISBN 0689717997 ISBN13 9780689717994
Availability 36 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 09:26.
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More About Leslie Tryon
Leslie Tryon is the author of the Albert books and several others for young readers. She is also the illustrator of Alma Flor Ada's "Dear Peter Rabbit" and "With Love, Little Red Hen." She lives in Carmel Valley, California.
Leslie Tryon currently resides in Carmel Valley, in the state of California.
Leslie Tryon has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Albert's Alphabet (Albert (Aladdin))?
My children's favorite book Jan 10, 2007
This was my children's favorite book when they were young. It's actually better because it's a story told in pictures - the reader/parent has to add the narrative. It gets both reader and child engaged in how school custodian/carpenter Albert is going to come up with a way to build the next letter of the alphabet. When my kids outgrew it I started giving it as a baby gift.
ABC Oct 19, 2000
What a wonderful way to discover and learn the alphabet. This book is an excellent springboard for children to create their own alphabet book. Think of making the alphabet out of toothpicks and make a scene behind. Have fun building!