Titel: Ballerina Bess; An Early-Start Preschool ...
Verlag: Wonder Books, A Div. Of Grosset & Dunlap, Inc., New York, NY
Illustrator: Harry Devlin
Auflage: Reprint in Traditional Alphabet
Art des Buches: Childrens Book
This .edition ia a reprint of the traditional alphabet of a book originally published for schools in Pitman's Initial Teaching Alphabet (ed. A great system!) 25 different words repeated throughout the book, so that the child soon learns to recognize them and to understand their meaning. The Pitman system taught the sounds of the letters of combinations of letters which were visually and physically connected which helped the student learn the sound. Clean & bright pictorial cover. Head & tail of spine have a little wear. Bright yellow endpapers are clean. Some of the pages inside have light soil from little fingers. Request picture. Size: 6 1/4"Tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 001668
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