Animalia /Material type: BookPublisher: New York : H.N. Abrams, 1987.Description: 32 unnumbered pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 34 cm.ISBN: 0810918684; 9780810918689.Subject(s): English language -- Alphabet -- Juvenile literature | English language -- Alphabet -- Juvenile fiction | Animals -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature | Animals -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Animals, Mythical -- Juvenile literature | Animals, Mythical -- Juvenile fiction | Alphabet -- Juvenile literature | Alphabet -- Juvenile fiction | Wit and humor, Juvenile | Animals -- Fiction | Alphabet | JUVENILE NONFICTION -- Concepts -- Alphabet | Picture puzzles | Fiction | Juvenile works | Pictorial works | Illustrated works | Picture puzzles | Alphabet books -- 1987 | Dust jackets (Binding) -- 1987Summary: An alphabet book with fantastic and detailed pictures, bearing such labels as "Lazy lions lounging in the local library."
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
<p>More than three million copies of Animalia have been sold around the world, making Graeme Base's amazing alliterative alphabet book one of the most beloved titles of the past quarter century. To celebrate thirty years, Abrams is proud to publish a special anniversary edition. Animalia's incredible imaginary world intrigues all readers. Each page includes hidden objects and ideas: start with "A is for An Armoured Armadillo Avoiding an Angry Alligator" and you'll find aprons, ants, aces, Atom-brand anchovies, and much more. The rest of the alphabet is just as much fun!<br> </p>
"A Robert Sessions book."
Graeme Rowland Base (born 6 April 1958) is an author and artist of picture books. He is perhaps best known for his second book, Animalia published in 1986, and third book The Eleventh Hour which was released in 1989.
An alphabet book with fantastic and detailed pictures, bearing such labels as "Lazy lions lounging in the local library."