This is a book for all generations, a book from A top Z, the Appalachian ABCs. Each letter of the alphabet opens a door allowing the reader a glimpse of life along the Appalachian Trail. The artwork accompanying the alphabet is vivid, warm, and reflective of life in the Appalachians. The illustrator combined visual observation with mountain tradition to help children learn the alphabet. The drawings also include a wildflower indigenous to the area for each letter. Children and adults will appreciate these beautiful lessons in history, Appalachian culture, and trail botany. This book will interest and inform young and old worldwide.
About the author:
Francie Hall is a former public school teacher and administrator and the author of Appalachian ABCs and The Scottish Highland Games. She lives in Valle Crucis, North Carolina.
About the illustrator:
Kent Oehm is a former public school art teacher. He lives near Asheville, North Carolina.