A is for America: an American Alphabet

A is for America

Native Americans inhabited the land now known as the United States of America long before European settlers arrived. When the Europeans settled, there were about 10 million native peoples populating America north of present-day Mexico...LEARN MORE!

B is for Big Ben: an England Alphabet

B is for Big Ben

The British Isles is an archipelago consisting of the islands of Great Britain, Ireland, and many smaller islands. Great Britain, including England, Scotland, and Wales is sometimes simply called Britain and is the largest island of the archipelago... LEARN MORE!

B is for Bagpipes: a Scotland Alphabet

B is for Bagpipes

Invention and discovery is just one of the many things the Scots take pride in. The Scots have been at the forefront of innovation and discovery even before the Industrial Revolution. Inventions such as the flush toilet, the telephone, the motion picture, penicillin, golf, finger printing, T.V. and VCR's...LEARN MORE!

C is for Ciao: an Italy Alphabet

C is for Ciao

There are more World Heritage Sites UNESCO in Italy than anywhere else in the world! From the archaeological site of Pompei in Campania to rock drawings from the pre-historic Paleolithic period, the legacy and contributions of this small country are shared by the world... LEARN MORE!

D is for Dala Horse: A Nordic Countries Alphabet

d-is-for-dala horse

The original Dala Horse (Dalahäst) has been around for many centuries, and probably was created by Swedish woodcutters. During the long winters, woodcutters would pass the time by carving little toys for their children... LEARN MORE!

D is for Dancing Dragon: a China Alphabet

D is for Dancing Dragon

Imagine yourself in ancient China, thousands of years ago, as you travel the Silk Road from Beijing to the Roman Empire on the back of a two-humped camel or witness the invention of paper and ink, kites, umbrellas, the compass, and even fireworks... LEARN MORE!

D is for Down Under: an Australia Alphabet


G'day mate and welcome to Australia! This island continent is located in the lower Southern Hemisphere, the half of the world south of the equator, and has been nicknamed "the land down under" ... LEARN MORE!

E is for Eiffel Tower: A France Alphabet


France is home to Paris and the Eiffel Tower, and is most popular tourist destination in Europe, and for good reason! As the largest country in Europe, France is home to 60 million people and almost 3900 museums... LEARN MORE!

K is for Kabuki: a Japan Alphabet

K is for Kabuki: a Japan Alphabet

Continuing our round-the-world tour, we welcome you to Japan and K is for Kabuki: a Japan Alphabet. Kabuki is a non-fiction A to Z tour of Japan and the perfect companion to Yuki and the One Thousand Carriers.... LEARN MORE!

M is for Maple: a Canadian Alphabet

M is for Maple

Canada is the world's second largest country, surpassed only by Russia. At 10 million square kilometers, Canada has 7% of the world's land mass and 9% of its fresh water supply... LEARN MORE!

P is for Piñata: a Mexico Alphabet

P is for Piñata

A country rich in culture passed down from the ancient Mayan civilization and the Spanish colonial period, the people of Mexico take great pride of their country, culture, ethnicity, and lifestyle... LEARN MORE!

S is for Shamrock: an Ireland Alphabet

S is for Shamrock: an Ireland Alphabet

The Irish culture has given birth to some of the world's most intelligent, humorous, and truthful proverbs. A country that throughout its history has survived invasion, famine and political turmoil, the fact that humor exists is a tribute to the frankness that is the essence of the people of Ireland... LEARN MORE!

T is for Taj Mahal: an India Alphabet

T is for Taj Mahal: an India Alphabet

India, the world's largest democracy, has an incredibly diverse population, geography, and climate. India is the world's second most populous country (home to more than 1 billion people), and the world's seventh largest country. It is a land of exotic beauty and amazing diversity, as the more than 200 ... LEARN MORE!