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Kansas City Chiefs ABCs and 1-2-3s

$18.95


By Rob Peters, Illustrator


Do you know a future Kansas City Chiefs fan who's old enough to begin learning their alphabet and numbers?

Kansas City Chiefs ABCs and 1-2-3s is an alphabet and counting book that teaches kids ages 2-7 all about the Chiefs!

KC Wolf, mascot for the Kansas City Chiefs, guides the child reader through the book, teaching letters, colors, and numbers while also sharing interesting facts and terms related to the Chiefs, Kansas City, and football in general. For example: "A" is for Arrowhead, the legendary home of the Chiefs; "B" is for Barbecue, a favorite food among Kansas Citians and something for which the city is known; "Q" is for Quarterback, a key position on any football team.

In addition to colorful characters and engaging information, the book features an interactive push button that plays short audio clips of sounds widely associated with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Endorsed by early childhood development specialists, Kansas City Chiefs ABCs and 1-2-3s is a wonderful addition to any child's library. Kansas City Chiefs ABCs and 1-2-3s is an officially licensed book of the Kansas City Chiefs.




Kansas City Chiefs ABCs and 1-2-3s

By Rob Peters, Illustrator

$18.95
AUTHOR INFORMATION:
Rob Peters is a freelance illustrator living in Topeka, KS. He has a degree in Visual Communications from Judson College in Elgin, IL. He has illustrated over a dozen picture books including Kansas Jayhawks ABCs and 1-2-3s.
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6 ¼ x 8 ¼ board book
32
English
Children's Book, Ages 2-7
September 2015
978-0-9961944-0-2
978-0-9961944-1-9
$18.95
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