This modern, colorful alphabet book comes on the heels of the regional best-selling Larry Gets Lost in Portland. Larry and his friend Pete see Portland from A (Art Museum) to Z (Portland Zoo), and everything in between. H is for Hawthorne Bridge, P is for Powell’s Books, and W is for Willamette River—children can learn their ABCs and about their hometown! How many letters can you find around you?
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“Portland ABC…will certainly bid for heavy rotation in Rose City Montessori classrooms and progressive playdates… The artist/writer’s bold alphabetic take on Portland makes use of local icons like Voodoo Donuts and the Hawthorne Bridge.” Portland Monthly
“‘Portland ABC’ is a banner in book form to wave with PDX pride.” The Register-Guard
“Many of the things kids love about living in Portland are right there on the page, making this a very special little book for any young—or old, really!—Portlander. Seriously, who living in Portland wouldn’t want a beautifully illustrated book with the elephant statue in the North Park Blocks near Powell’s City of Books (that’s P) representing the letter E?” Portland Book Review