Unique, inquisitive and endlessly imaginative, every boy is an action hero in this modern alphabet of childhood.
The affection visible in Luke Martineau’s fluid illustrations is matched by Kate Bingham’s tender, witty poem, written to appeal to adults as much as to the puzzling younger mind.
Inspired by original paintings of Luke’s children and by the woodcuts of William Nicholson. As in traditional alphabets, every letter is illustrated by a simple object or action. Running alongside, Kate’s poem takes a less literal approach, responding to the mood of each picture in a loosely rhymed celebration of childhood.
Also available: Every Girl’s Alphabet
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Graffeg publishes illustrated books on subjects as diverse as; food, arts, culture, architecture, gardens, landscapes, photography, sport and lifestyle. Graffeg also publish a range of gift stationery, notecards, calendars, prints and posters. Graffeg has offices in Cardiff and Llanelli.
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