Alphabet by Heart (Hardcover)

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Alphabet by Heart By Jeanne Shriver, Mark K. Shriver, Laura Watson (Illustrator) Cover Image

Alphabet by Heart (Hardcover)


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Alphabet by Heart is a one-of-a-kind ABC book that takes kids on a fun and meaningful journey! While exploring letters, little readers also discover big values to help them grow.

With colorful pictures, warmhearted rhymes, and important life lessons, Alphabet by Heart is a delightful adventure that brings families closer and fills little hearts with joy and empathy.

Jeanne Shriver lives in Bethesda with her husband, Mark. After working for Merrill Lynch and American Express, she left the corporate world after 10 years to raise their three children. She has served on several non-profit and independent school boards since 1994 and is an active volunteer for several non-profits in her community.

Mark K. Shriver is president of Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School and senior advisor at Save the Children in Washington, D.C. A New York Times bestselling author, he also wrote the Christopher Award-winning books Good Man and 10 Hidden Heroes.
Product Details ISBN: 9780829454833
ISBN-10: 0829454837
Publisher: 4U2B Books & Media
Publication Date: June 18th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Wonderful way to share an increased level of vocabulary and work on the alphabet as well. The illustrations are very inclusive and the choice of font can lead to instruction as well. This would be a great addition to any family or classroom library.
-Margaret Shields, Reviewer, Morgenstern Books

I got so excited when I saw this book ... And it did not disappoint! It is a great alphabet book that not only introduces the alphabet, but kindness and poetry as well. My only complaint is that like most alphabet books, they do not have a word that starts with x, so instead they use a word that makes the noise of x at the beginning. Still, I would highly recommend. 
- Emma Skinner, Reviewer