"[G]lorious....The crisp, clean lines make this a visual treat even for the very young..." The Horn Book Magazine
With so many alphabet books crowding bookstore shelves, what makes this 1960 reissue a standout? It's as simple as, well, ABC - specifically, ABC's made kid-friendly by chunky black letters and clean-lined watercolors. Note the whimsical touches by Munari, a renowned graphic designer: A 'Vertical Violet Violin' spotlights the letter V, while a pesky fly buzzes from page to page until the book's conclusion, when it becomes 'a fly going Zzzz.' -Child MagazineIn Bruno Munari's ABC (1960), bold illustrations in saturated colors by an acclaimed artist and graphic designer depict an assortment of objects from A to Z, with playful details such as a fly who shows up on various pages from F, "a Fly," to Z, "a fly going Zzzz...." Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.