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AlphaPopular Ebook, Alpha Author Isabelle Arsenault This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Alpha, Essay By Isabelle Arsenault Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Isabelle Arsenault s illustrations are wonderful, she is probably my favourite living illustrator and there are some wonderful examples here Given that she was illustrating the NATO phonetic alphabet, she did a g
Here s a review that has images of this book so you can see some of it t that beautiful I read this because I am reading everything the talented Isabelle Arsenault is doing And was not particularly looking forward to this because I saw it was an abecedarian book, and we know what THOSE are like A is for apple, and then you see a crisp red apple, and then ball, and so on But no This is a book that introduces us to the NATO phonetic alphabet I didn t know until now I was even interested in, let along aware of I am borrowing this from Rand, whose review of this book I just read before posting, so you can see it Bravo, Charlie, since 1956, firefighters, air traffic controllers, others, use the NATO phonetic alphabet Arsenault takes that alphabet and introduces us to words and illustrations that are original and beautiful and whimsical and interesting Charlie shows Charlie Chaplin s bowler Mike shows a pair
A letter book based upon the radio code developed in the 1920s for air traffic controllers Each word is accompanied by a conceptually related image that will provoke the natural curiosity of a young mind While some of the word image relations may veer to the adult side eg Romeo features a dagger and Juliet a bottle of poison many are whimsical neutr
Oh boy Did this book bring back memories Trying to say A Z in front of my favorite drill sergeant during end of cycle training in boot camp French Canadian illustrator and picture book author Isabelle Arsenault presents the NATO phonetic alphabet officially known as the International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet, it was adopted in the 1950s to aid clarity in voice messages and communication in this beautifully illustrated picture book Each two page spread of this unusual alphabet book features the designated word for that page s letter Alpha for A, Foxtrot for F on the left hand side, and an illustration of the word in question on the right.Although I often have mixed reactions to alphabet books they tend to bore me, unless they do something unusual I picked up Alpha with some anticipation, as I am a great admirer of Isabelle Arsenault s artwork I appreciated the fact that this is not simply an alphabet book, but a specific kind of alphabet book, one devoted to the NATO phonetic alphabet that one so frequently hears being used in milita
This is a fascinating alphabet book that gives takes you through the words of the NATO phonetic alphabet So, for one thing it was very informative because I didn t know some of the letters, like I didn t know that Q was Quebec and I had forgotten that G stood for Golf But, the best thing about this book are t
Lima Oscar Victor Echo Delta India Tango While this is a cool concept, I really am struggling about the right audience for this book Take for example the R Romeo page While this is one of the letters that really sticks in my mind as the official tag for the letter R, I don t there tha
4 for the art work Charlie, alpha, tango These three words may seem randomly thrown together but in the International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet, Charlie Alpha Tango spells cat Emergency services including the police, firefighters, the military, and the Red Cross use this alphabet as a way to communicate clearly Arsenault s concept and fantastic illustrations make this alphabet book an unique learning experience for the ABC learner and anyone who may not know the NATO phonetic alphabet Because of the engaging concept and illustrations meant to inspire different interpretations of each object representing each word in the alphabet, furthering Arsenault s idea of communication between the reader and listener, a parent may be just looking for a standard ABC book and might pass this particular one by Despite that, Arsenault s wo