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ABC in San Francisco

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Helps build children's vocabulary in a fun, contemporary way. This book takes a tour of objects large and small that are common to cities and unique to San Francisco.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Murray Hill Books
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Lisa Vegan
May 11, 2010 Lisa Vegan rated it really liked it
Recommended to Lisa by: Abigail A.
Well, of course I love the pictures: they’re all photographs, of San Francisco and San Francisco things. The author took all the photos.

With the exception of pay phones (I can’t remember the last time I saw one of those) a relatively good job was done about which (usually multiple) objects were included for each letter A to Z.

This is a fun book, and yet another book for my san-francisco shelf.

I enjoyed it and I have interest in other books in this series. I’ve spent a fair amount of time in Los
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