Capital!: Washington D.C. from A to Z (Paperback)

Capital!: Washington D.C. from A to Z By Laura Krauss Melmed, Frane Lessac (Illustrator) Cover Image

Capital!: Washington D.C. from A to Z (Paperback)

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Welcome to our nation's Capital!

Take a guided tour through Washington, D.C.—home of American government, world-renowned museums, and famous memorials and monuments.

Visit Apollo 11, find out how Bills are printed, and see where Congress meets.

It's all right here, from A to Z!

Laura Krauss Melmed is author of Capital! Washington D.C. from A to Z and New York, New York! The Big Apple from A to Z, also illustrated by Frané Lessac; I Love You As Much . . . , illustrated by Henri Sorensen; and the critically acclaimed The Rainbabies, illustrated by Jim LaMarche. She lives with her husband in Washington, D.C.



Frané Lessac is an American who has traveled all over the world. She now lives in Fremantle, Australia, but always looks forward to visiting Texas with her family. To bring the Lone Star State to life with gouache paints, Frané did extensive research using a video camera, a still camera, and actual and virtual tours. She is the illustrator of more than thirty books for children, including Capital! Washington D.C. from A to Z and New York, New York! The Big Apple from A to Z, both by Laura Krauss Melmed.

Product Details ISBN: 9780061136146
ISBN-10: 006113614X
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication Date: December 26th, 2006
Pages: 48
Language: English

“Vibrant gouache paintings with a folk-art look dominate this alphabetical tour of our nation’s capital.” — Booklist

“An unforgettable, read-aloud delight about one of the most visited cities in America.” — Brooklyn Family

“A guide to Washington DC, driven most successfully by the alphabet, with bright, folkloric illustrations.” — School Library Journal

“For real and armchair tourists alike, this alphabet book is a lively intro to the District.” — San Francisco Chronicle