U is for unicorn. Y is for Yeti. Some ABC books are funkier than others

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What would happen if 20 artists from the Robotface Collective took on a children’s book project? You’d get AtoZee, an ABC book that’s super quirky and colorful.

We see a wide range of ABC books at Blurb. Everything from The Christian Alphabet to See and Say ABC’s. Most people — the Blurberati included — make personal ABC books out of photographs tailored to an individual kid.

Then there are those outside-the-box alphabet books, like Now I Know My ABC’s. Author Noah Hendler uses photos of ultra-tiny objects gingerly clasped between fingers. Here is the page for the letter A:

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It’s great to see so many fun, educational books for little ones. Have you made an alphabet book? Have any tips you’d like to share? C is for comment. B is for below.

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  1. I make Alphabet Books called “Alphabitty Moments” for my kids. There are 4 version now. The one I made last year was a little more involved than the others because I used it as my youngest daughter’s baby book. I just love the flexibility to use photos that aren’t necessarily chronological, but my favorite part of my alphabitty project is capturing the little moments of childhood.

      August 6, 2013 – 4:55 pm   Permalink

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