The one and only mini-quest game for children just starting to learn letters. During the heist the witch scattered the letters all over the Fairy Land. Help to find the letters and return them to their home.
Skills practiced: 1. Letter recognition; 2. Letter names; 3. Matching; 4. Counting; 5. Simple logic. Features: 1. Stunning graphics; 2. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page.
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Lost Alphabet by Lisa Olstein. At the table, my hand tires of clenching, my left eye of closing, my right of its squint, but the effect: a blurred carpet of wing becomes a careful weave of eyelashes colored, curved, exquisitely laid. Get A Copy. Paperback , 96 pages. More Details Original Title.
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Sort order. Jul 20, Kevin rated it liked it Shelves: poetry. Poems about moths. View all 3 comments. Feb 22, Open Loop Press added it Shelves: lisa-olstein-influences , interviews. Culture asks much of the writer: filter the cacophony, exceed vernacular, deliver art. The writer may use familiar language to build an extraordinary world, to make an unusual character an analog for the self, to transform that self into a friend.
She may excel at documentation, recording observations in exquisite lines that juxtapose agricultural ritual with scientific discovery, interior reflection with external reproach. Poet Lisa Olstein is this writer. Are there limits to understanding? Even in company are we anything but alone? At least, never left. Whoever is able, and near. Each poem is an illustrated plate colored by detail — the work of writer as collector. Another: ratio. Mentions of medical experiments appear beside anecdotes of space travel. It is a strange gymnastics, their bodies, mine: what to grasp, when to release, the nature of a turn, the will of the whole channeled into the fingertips.
Author: Lisa Olstein. Publisher: Copper Canyon Press.
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