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  • Author:
    Jerry Pallotta
  • ISBN:
    0881064696
  • ISBN13:
    978-0881064698
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Charlesbridge; 1st Edition edition (July 1, 1992)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Nature & How It Works
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    1724 kb
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    1299 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    165
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Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction.

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The Bird Alphabet Book, The Butterfly Alphabet Book, The Desert Alphabet Book, The Icky Bug Alphabet Book, The Underwater . Shelve The Victory Garden Vegetable Alphabet Book. Jerry Pallotta's Holiday Books. 8 primary works, 8 total works.

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A wonderful blend of facts and humor makes learning about vegetable gardening fun and easy

A wonderful blend of facts and humor makes learning about vegetable gardening fun and easy  . A wonderful blend of facts and humor makes learning about vegetable gardening fun and easy. Learn about fiddleheads, munchkin pumpkins, snow peas, walla wallas, and more! Beautiful color illustrations lead children through a brief introduction to soil preparation and seed planting, as well as through a discovery of both common and exotic vegetables.

The Vegetable Alphabet Book by Jerry Pallotta A wonderful blend of facts and humor makes learning about vegetable gardening fun and easy. Learn about fiddleheads, munchkin pumpkins, snow peas, walla wallas, and more! The Construction Alphabet Book by Jerry Pallotta Readers explore construction equipment in this noisy alphabet book. Alphabeep: A Zipping, Zooming ABC by Debora Pearson This book covers all vehicles that move from A to Z with a rhyming, rocking pattern of vehicle sounds that children are sure to love.

Construction Alphabet book. Jerry Pallotta’s trademark humor punctuates the informative text. Vibrant oil paintings bring to life a busy construction site. For fans of all things that go this noisy alphabet book explores construction equipment from A to Z. Find out about these construction machines and more, from a huge saw that cuts through roads to a massive vacuum that sucks up boulders. You’ll even learn a quick and easy recipe for concrete. Rock crushers, jackhammers, and wrecking balls will delight the youngest of readers learning their ABCs.

The Construction Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books) was written by Jerry Pallotta and illustrated by Rob Bolster. For fans of machines and vehicles, this alphabet book is a must have!

The Construction Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books) was written by Jerry Pallotta and illustrated by Rob Bolster. For fans of machines and vehicles, this alphabet book is a must have! Each letter of the alphabet is introduced through a different vehicle starting with that letter. Twisted Alphabet Books. P Is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever was written by Raj Haldar and Chris Carpenter and illustrated by Maria Tina Beddia.

Jerry Pallotta, Bob Thomson. This book uses common, and not so common, vegetables to teach the alphabet and to also help teach how to grow plants. Charlesbridge Publishing, 1992 - 32 頁. 1 評論. This would be a great way to introduce plants and vegetables. 戶評語 - lindsaygits1 - LibraryThing.

Bestselling author Jerry Pallotta teams up with former Victory Garden host Bob Thomson to present 26 common and not-so-common . Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction.

Bestselling author Jerry Pallotta teams up with former Victory Garden host Bob Thomson to present 26 common and not-so-common vegetables. Learn about fiddleheads, munchkin pumpkins, sweet peas, walla wallas, and more. This informative book also includes a brief introduction to soil preparation and seed planting. Jerry lives in Boston, Massachusetts. Country of Publication.

A wonderful blend of facts and humor makes learning about vegetable gardening fun and easy. Learn about fiddleheads, munchkin pumpkins, snow peas, walla wallas, and more!Beautiful color illustrations lead children through a brief introduction to soil preparation and seed planting, as well as through a discovery of both common and exotic vegetables.

Bukus
As other reviewers stated, The cover and title are different than what is pictured. See my photo. Content is great as always but I don’t like to be misled and not have expectations at least met. Bummer on not getting the more modern version, but oh well.
Conjukus
My 2 -3 year olds love these alphabet books. Even adults can learn from this book.
Contancia
I love that it has a variety of vegetables and not just the first ones you might think of. It's a fun book for reinforcing the alphabet and especially relevant in my agricultural community.
Still In Mind
Kids loved it
Bludworm
Not what I was expecting, the letter correlations do not really pertain to most things a child would associate with now in 2016. Also the cover was totally different that the one pictured here. If the book is for nostalgic reasons then it's a good buy, otherwise I would recommend something no different.
Otiel
While the "Victory Garden" aspect of this title might be a bit misleading, it does the book a great disservice to judge it based only on that issue -- Jerry Pallotta has, as usual, presented a lot of information in a clear, engaging format that my kids (ages 4 and 6) and I found very interesting.
Nightscar
While a perfectly fine introduction to vegetables, there is precious little information about the Victory Gardens in/of World War II. The illustrations of children dressed in mid 90s or later garb also negates the World War II-era/Victory Garden concept.