An ABC of Flowers (Hardcover)

By Jutta Hilpuesch, Jutta Hilpuesch (Illustrator)

Philomel Books, 9780525517856, 32pp.

Publication Date: April 2, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Board book (1/14/2020)

List Price: 16.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.


"A vividly photographed ABC book with a clean, sophisticated aesthetic." --Publishers Weekly

Step into the garden and learn your ABC's with this colorful feast for the eyes!

From asters and daisies to roses and sunflowers, An ABC of Flowers is a colorful burst from the garden that will have little hands eager to grab. Filled with gorgeous photo illustrations, bold colors, and clever line art featuring a miniature-sized girl named Amelie, toddlers will laugh and be mezmerized by the book's vibrant pages.

Perfect for the youngest readers learning their ABC's!

About the Author

Originally from Germany, Jutta Hilpuesch is an artist, illustrator, and photographer living in a Northern suburb of Chicago. She specializes in whimsical mixed media illustrations, combining minimalist line art and photography. She graduated with a degree in business, worked as a Marketing manager for one of the largest candy companies in Germany, and ran her own jewelry design business before discovering her passion for illustrating. Jutta is the creator of a beloved miniature-sized character named Amelie, who has become an Instagram favorite for many.

Jutta Hilpuesch is married, has 3 children, and a golden retriever, Bo. She loves late night comedy, fuzzy socks, and sometimes bakes just to eat the cookie dough. Her dream home would be located in a no-freeze zone and would come with a self stocking fridge and a laundry wizard. Follow her on instagram @happydaysfactory

Praise For An ABC of Flowers

"Wide white backgrounds leave plenty of room for the eye to appreciate the vivid blooms..." –The Wall Street Journal

“A vividly photographed ABC book with a clean, sophisticated aesthetic.” – Publishers Weekly
“Perfect for practicing letters and flora identification…Uplifting eye candy…” – School Library Journal