City Signs by Zoran MilichChildren's Books, Urbanism
Kid Can Press, 2002 First Edition. Fine in dust jacket.
“As young children discover the thirty colorful photographs in City Signs, they will delight in seeing people and places that are a part of their everyday world. With that delight comes the growing recognition of the words that are all around them — and the exhilarating discovery that they can READ!”
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