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An exquisitely illustrated and heartfelt look at the traditions, history, and life of Appalachia, A is for Appalachia! introduces young readers to the alphabet while providing an endearing look at a region with one of the oldest and most distinctive folk cultures in the United States. This treasured book tells the story of the Southern Appalachian Mountains by showcasing t An exquisitely illustrated and heartfelt look at the traditions, history, and life of Appalachia, A is for Appalachia! introduces young readers to the alphabet while providing an endearing look at a region with one of the oldest and most distinctive folk cultures in the United States. This treasured book tells the story of the Southern Appalachian Mountains by showcasing the day-to-day life of the people and their struggles, unique culture, and oral traditions. Written with a sincere appreciation for the history of life in Appalachia, Linda Hager Pack's eloquent, educational, and even humorous introduction to the alphabet appeals to young and old alike. Featuring more than thirty bright and whimsical illustrations by Pat Banks, this collection of traditional folk tales, recipes, Jack Tales, expressions, music, and even ghost stories come to life on the page. Truly a unique journey back in time, A is for Appalachia! provides an informative and entertaining representation of authentic Appalachian life.


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An exquisitely illustrated and heartfelt look at the traditions, history, and life of Appalachia, A is for Appalachia! introduces young readers to the alphabet while providing an endearing look at a region with one of the oldest and most distinctive folk cultures in the United States. This treasured book tells the story of the Southern Appalachian Mountains by showcasing t An exquisitely illustrated and heartfelt look at the traditions, history, and life of Appalachia, A is for Appalachia! introduces young readers to the alphabet while providing an endearing look at a region with one of the oldest and most distinctive folk cultures in the United States. This treasured book tells the story of the Southern Appalachian Mountains by showcasing the day-to-day life of the people and their struggles, unique culture, and oral traditions. Written with a sincere appreciation for the history of life in Appalachia, Linda Hager Pack's eloquent, educational, and even humorous introduction to the alphabet appeals to young and old alike. Featuring more than thirty bright and whimsical illustrations by Pat Banks, this collection of traditional folk tales, recipes, Jack Tales, expressions, music, and even ghost stories come to life on the page. Truly a unique journey back in time, A is for Appalachia! provides an informative and entertaining representation of authentic Appalachian life.

34 review for "A" is for Appalachia: The Alphabet Book of Appalachian Heritage

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carissa

    Cute little Alphabet book that focuses on the history of Appalachia

  2. 4 out of 5

    Peter Brackney

    An alphabetical book that explores the traditions and culture of Appalachia entitled A is for Appalachia: The Alphabet Book of Appalachian Heritage. Reading about Appalachia, Baskets, Coal, Corn, and Dulcimers begat questions from my six year old. Do we live in Appalachia? No, but we are awfully close. Have I been to Appalachia? Sure let's look at the map and explore when we've driven through on trips. And every time we've gone to visit Mawmaw, we've been in Appalachia? Was church camp in Appalachi An alphabetical book that explores the traditions and culture of Appalachia entitled A is for Appalachia: The Alphabet Book of Appalachian Heritage. Reading about Appalachia, Baskets, Coal, Corn, and Dulcimers begat questions from my six year old. Do we live in Appalachia? No, but we are awfully close. Have I been to Appalachia? Sure let's look at the map and explore when we've driven through on trips. And every time we've gone to visit Mawmaw, we've been in Appalachia? Was church camp in Appalachia? I'm not sure, but it was sure was pretty like these pictures. Wasn't it? I could sense an appreciation for Appalachia developing as the pages turned. This is a portion of a review that appears on my website, kaintuckeean.com

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennie

    Informative children's book about Appalachia. Informative children's book about Appalachia.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brett

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erin Pilotte

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alison

  7. 5 out of 5

    Edward Sullivan

    Good introduction to Appalachian culture and heritage.

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  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

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  30. 4 out of 5

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  31. 5 out of 5

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