Sharon Werner & Sarah Forss are graphic designers at the two-person design studio Werner Design Werks, Inc. in St. Paul, Minnesota, which has garnered many graphic design awards, as well as a place in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, Musée De La Poste, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Cooper Hewitt Museum. You can visit them online at www.wdw.com.
From an alligator made of A\'s to a zebra made of Z\'s, the alphabeasties in this book are ingeniously built out of multiple typefaces. Sharon Werner and Sarah Forss\'s best-selling book is the recipient of many awards, including a Parents\' Choice Silver Award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Best Books...[more]
Join the Alphabeasties and draw, color, read, write, and sticker from A to Z. Kids will be engaged with playful, intelligent activities, including mazes, word searches, and rebus puzzles. Packed with over 300 full-color stickers! The award-winning design team behind the best-selling Alphabeasties...[more]
The award-winning design team of the innovative book Alphabeasties and Other Amazing Types has created 26 eye-catching alphabet flash cards. Each card features an animal ingeniously built from the first letter of its name. Different typefaces comprise each of the beasties, making for a wondrous and witty...[more]
The creators of the award-winning Alphabeasties And Other Amazing Types are back, this time with an amazing array of insects: butterflies to termites, dragonflies to walking sticks. While the \'alphabeasties\' were comprised of letters, these incredible insects are ingeniously engineered out of numerals....[more]
Awesome insects decorate these eye-catching number wall cards. One side features an insect built from a number that reflects its numerical feat (e.g., 50 comprises the dragonfly because it catches and eats about 50 mosquitos each day). When the cards are flipped over, the numbers 1-25 are displayed for...[more]
The award-winning creators of Alphabeasties and Bugs by the Numbers have gone prehistoric! Using letters in an artful assortment of type, the famed duo create a menagerie of dazzling dinosaurs and pack each page with captivating dino-facts. See this tromping Triceratops? He was as big as a tank,...[more]