Celebrated poet and anthologist Lee Bennett Hopkins takes a fresh look at the alphabet in this bright and bold book of verse, illustrated with graphic flair by Marla Baggetta. Twenty-six spare yet playful poems offer amusing definitions of words--E for elevator, H for handkerchief, N for nachos--that begin with each letter of the alphabet. For an extra surprise, each poem contains an additional word that start with the same letter--perfect for young readers to discover. This happy collection of original verse delivers a delightful surprise on every page.
Lee Bennett Hopkins is the author of Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life, and winner of the Christopher Medal. He lives in Westchester County, New York.
Marla Baggetta is a fine artist and freelance illustrator whose work has appeared in art galleries, books, advertising, and magazines. She lives in Linn, Oregon.