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by Jerry Pallotta

eBook The Airplane Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books) download ISBN: 0881069078
Author: Jerry Pallotta
Publisher: Charlesbridge; Library Binding edition (February 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1327 kb
Fb2: 1532 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Cars Trains and Things That Go

Series: Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books. Publisher: Charlesbridge (July 1, 1999). This book even helps him identify airplanes at the nearby Air Museum, Dulles airport.

Series: Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books. I also bought some of Jerry Pallotta's other books look for these, as well.

The Airplane Alphabet Book book. All systems are go as you taxi down the runway with your pilot, alphabet-book author Jerry Pallotta, and your copilot Fred Stillwell. Take off into the world of airplanes as Rob Bolster's radiant art illuminates the skies with images of aircraft from the Wright brothers' first flying machine to the modern Ultralight.

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Let your imagination take flight! This fact-filled book features planes from A to Z, including the Aviation Trainer Six, the Electra, and the Zero. An high-flying tour of the alphabet and a history of flying machines the Wright Brothers to hobbyist's model airplanes. Learn which type of plane is best for a dogfight, see the type of plane Charles Lindbergh flew in the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic, and much more.

Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction. Jerry lives in Boston, Massachusetts

Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction. Jerry lives in Boston, Massachusetts. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites.

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.

An ABC book powered by aircraft. B is for B-17, H for Hercules Flying Boat, J for barnstorming, loop-the-looping Jenny, M for the dogfighting Messerschmitt, R for Lindbergh's Ryan, the Spirit of St. Louis. Each airplane is given a solid little history that evokes the personality of the craft (while the fighting planes featured might raise hard questions about wars and why they're fought). Pallotta and Stillwell cover the gamut, from Orville and Wilbur Wright's planes, planes that land on water and those that take off vertically, experimental jets, and ultralights. Библиографические данные. The Flower Alphabet Book Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Bks.

Author:-Pallotta, Jerry. Title:-The Airplane Alphabet Book. Genre:-Concepts - Alphabet. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Let your imagination take flight! This fact-filled book features planes from the sleek Invader to the more popular Piper Cub. Learn which type of plane is best for a dogfight, see the type of plane Charles Lindbergh flew in the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic, and much more. From the first flight of the Wright Flyer in 1903 to the age of jets, Rob Bolster's vivid illustrations will send you soaring through the skies in this dynamic celebration of flight.
Comments: (7)
Framokay
My 2.5 year old can recite this entire book. I like that it gives factual information and is not one of the books that talks down to the reader. There is one page, however, that I think is 100% NOT OK. There's a picture of a crashed plane on one page with the words: Oh no! A plane crashed. Is anyone hurt? Did the pilot survive? Were there passengers? Did it crash into anyone's house?
I'm not someone who gets easily offended and I'm not advocating sheltering kids from the real world. I probably tell my son too much-like now he's worried about the house tipping over because i told him what a tornado is. But "Did the pilot survive? Did it crash into anyone's house?," come on.
Vispel
My two-year-old son absolutely adores this book, even though the writing is directed at children above his age. He wants to go through the alphabet over and over with me (and yes, there are airplanes for every letter, including the Xandu and the Yak), stopping at his favorites. No jet aircraft are included in this book, with the possible exception of the Osprey, which the text admits is an unusual inclusion in the book; however, both military and civilian propeller-driven airplanes are included.
The text, as I mentioned, is clearly aimed at children older than two. I am very pleased with the text; it is clear and simple but it doesn't talk down to young readers. It gives interesting tidbits of information about the various aircraft and explains the basics of how airplanes fly.
Although each letter is prominantly featured in both upper and lower case, the focus of the book is really not the alphabet. The alphabet forms a backdrop and theme for the gorgeous illustrations of airplanes. The realism and minute detail make this a book older children, who already know the alphabet, would like to possess. In fact, I know quite a few adult aviation fans who would love to receive this as a holiday gift! My son easily spends a half an hour to forty-five minutes just looking at the pictures--a VERY high compliment from any two-year-old.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves airplanes. It would not be my first choice for teaching my son the alphabet, but he is certainly learning to love books and to love airplanes!
Kirinaya
This is a great gift for kids who are interested in aviation. It does a really nice job providing some context and history around the planes featured here, while keeping it at a kid-friendly level - my son's favorite page was the "Spruce Goose!" The illustrations are aesthetically very nice. All the planes in this book are propeller-powered, with a combination of military and civil aviation.
Mmsa
My son loves this book. He's 3. The drawings are good quality and the facts are interesting. His great grandfather, grandmother, and uncles are all small plane pilots/enthusiasts and they think it's a great book for little guys.
Anarahuginn
Book is clearly educational -- We gave it to our 5 year old grandson. The pictures and references are very good, the level of detail to read or even comprehend is much more for a pre-teen or teen. I was a little disappointed in the quality of the paper -- it is a very light-weight (albeit glossy) paper. Our grandson was pleased, I was satisfied but not enthralled.
Tenius
Our three-year-old grandson borrowed a copy of this book from their local library in Chantilly, VA. He had it memorized in three days! This book even helps him identify airplanes at the nearby Air Museum, Dulles airport. I just HAD to buy a copy for our house when he visits. I also bought some of Jerry Pallotta's other books .... look for these, as well. Thanks, Jerry and all the artists!
Dranar
My grandson loves all things that involve planes! great book.
Fine illustrations, great descriptions of the planes, wide variety of planes.