Dave Horowitz’s swashbuckling cut-paper artwork is packed with clever details in this epic companion to his popular Twenty-six Princesses.
This rhyming alphabet book is chock full of fun as 26 mischievous pirates head to Captain Frogbeard’s ship where they hope to join the crew—and the fun! From Arty to Zach, the Pirates of the Alphabet are the most colorful crew on the high seas!
Dave Horowitz (www.horowitzdave.com) wrote and illustrated Twenty-six Princesses (and about a dozen other childrens favorites, including The Ugly Pumpkin, Five Little Gefiltes, Humpty Dumpty Climbs Again and Chico the Brave). He lives in New Yorks Hudson Valley.
* “These 26 cleverly illustrated and unexpected rhyming name choices are bound to tickle readers’ timbers. . . . The illustrations of construction paper, charcoal and colored pencils have a collage effect with comic exaggeration. . . . These little-boy buccaneers display a nice range of skin colors and hair textures. . . . Aye mateys, heave-ho with this bounty of pirate silliness.” Kirkus Reviews, starred review