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The Utter Zoo Alphabet

Oo Alphabet The twenty six postcards one for each letter of the alphabet feature Gorey's illustrations Another fun alphabet book by Gorey though I prefer the Gashlycrumb Tinies

Free read The Utter Zoo Alphabet

Of unusual and biologically uestionable creatures each one described by a typically witty Gorey couplet A charming alphabet that only Gorey could render with his witty prose and signature artwork

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The uingawaga and Mork Fidknop and Ampoo are among the fantastical imaginings of Edward Gorey's Utter Z A kids book using the alphabet to come up with weird and strange monsters I did read this to the nephew and this was his kind of weird He loved it He didn t know what these things were but he thought they were weird and that was good to him I love the couplet that goes with each drawing It s nice to see Gorey s work again I rarely tire of it The nephew gave this 5 and he wants to see You betcha From Amphigorey Also


About the Author: Edward Gorey

Born in Chicago Gorey came from a colorful family; his parents Helen Dunham Garvey and Edward Lee Gorey divorced in 1936 when he was 11 then remarried in 1952 when he was 27 One of his step mothers was Corinna Mura a cabaret singer who had a brief role in the classic film Casablanca His father was briefly a journalist Gorey's maternal great grandmother Helen St John Garvey was a popular



10 thoughts on “The Utter Zoo Alphabet

  1. says:

    A kids book using the alphabet to come up with weird and strange monsters I did read this to the nephew and this

  2. says:

    You ever just want ALL THE CUTE ANIMALSYeah you know you do

  3. says:

    One of my faves I'm a Goreyphile

  4. says:

    The Fidknop is devoid of feeling; it drifts about beneath the ceiling This is classic Gorey an alphabetical list of rhyming couplets that introduces a menagerie of creatures that are both unusual yet uite familiar I have ce

  5. says:

    I encountered this at uite a young age and was utterly fascinated if somewhat weirded out I have never looked back

  6. says:

    Another fun alphabet book by Gorey though I prefer the Gashlycrumb Tinies

  7. says:

    Read this as a kid Loved it

  8. says:

    Very cute

  9. says:

    A charming alphabet that only Gorey could render with his witty prose and signature artwork

  10. says:

    So much fun to read to a kid that is the right age The right age depends on the kid

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