An eye catching documentary collection of beasts composed of letters or numbers! Each book contains no less than 300 facts insects and animals! A beautiful, fun and amazing way to learn about creatures!
From an alligator made of A\'s to a zebra made of Z\'s, the alphabeasties in this book are ingeniously built out of multiple typefaces. Sharon Werner and Sarah Forss\'s best-selling book is the recipient of many awards, including a Parents\' Choice Silver Award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Best Books...[more]
Join the Alphabeasties and draw, color, read, write, and sticker from A to Z. Kids will be engaged with playful, intelligent activities, including mazes, word searches, and rebus puzzles. Packed with over 300 full-color stickers! The award-winning design team behind the best-selling Alphabeasties...[more]
The award-winning design team of the innovative book Alphabeasties and Other Amazing Types has created 26 eye-catching alphabet flash cards. Each card features an animal ingeniously built from the first letter of its name. Different typefaces comprise each of the beasties, making for a wondrous and witty...[more]
The creators of the award-winning Alphabeasties And Other Amazing Types are back, this time with an amazing array of insects: butterflies to termites, dragonflies to walking sticks. While the \'alphabeasties\' were comprised of letters, these incredible insects are ingeniously engineered out of numerals....[more]
Awesome insects decorate these eye-catching number wall cards. One side features an insect built from a number that reflects its numerical feat (e.g., 50 comprises the dragonfly because it catches and eats about 50 mosquitos each day). When the cards are flipped over, the numbers 1-25 are displayed for...[more]
The award-winning creators of Alphabeasties and Bugs by the Numbers have gone prehistoric! Using letters in an artful assortment of type, the famed duo create a menagerie of dazzling dinosaurs and pack each page with captivating dino-facts. See this tromping Triceratops? He was as big as a tank,...[more]