Just like your body, each letterform has a structure. Some have arms, a neck, a shoulder or an eye. Each of these letterforms belong to a typeface family with their own set of characteristics. Come with Minnie and Ivan on a journey of letterforms and typefaces and see how they relate to the body, and the many different families they belong to.
- Teaches children about the structure of a letter and how it relates to the body in a humorous way.
- Is a fun and memorable way to learn the correct typographical terms of letters.
- Encourages curiosity in learners.
- Suitable for Grades 3-6, Junior Secondary School levels and Graphic Design students.
- Is a 32 page softcover book.
- Cover has a matte finish and spot gloss varnish.
- Each page is full colour and printed on thick (no show through) paper.
“This is a brilliant visual method for introducing children to the anatomy of letterforms and relating their often unusual names to familiar parts of the body. The memorable imagery and concepts would have certainly made a lasting impression on my younger self!
Jamie Clarke, Lettering and Type Designer, UK. | www.jamieclarketype.com