N is for New Hampshire is an alphabet book that introduces children to the sights, landscape, culture, and history of New Hampshire told through stories, anecdotes, verse, and fun facts. However, this is no ordinary alphabet book. In N is for New Hampshire, each letter of the alphabet gets the full Rebecca Rule treatment. A short verse is a little story unto itself, and the text gives weird and wonderful background, delightful anecdotes, and useful information about the topic in a way that only New Hampshire's foremost storyteller can. From Androscoggin to Zealand Falls, N is for New Hampshire will charm readers of any age.
About the Author
Rebecca Rule is the author of the adult titles Live Free and Eat Pie! and Headin' for the Rhubarb: A New Hampshire Dictionary (well, kinda), and the award-winning children's book The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever! She is also the author of three short story collections about New Hampshire, including The Best Revenge, named Outstanding Work of Fiction by the New Hampshire Writer's Project. That book was also named one of five essential New Hampshire books by NH Magazine. Moved and Seconded: NH Town Meeting chronicles the rich history of a uniquely New England institution. Rule is best known for her live storytelling events, many sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council. For ten years she hosted the NH Authors Series on NHPTV. She now hosts "Our Hometown" also on NHPTV and on line. Find out more about her work and upcoming events at her web site rebeccarulenh.com. Scott Snyder is a professional wedding, portrait, and fine art landscape photographer based in Henniker, New Hampshire. Scott's photography strives to capture the extraordinary in the ordinary, the luminous and miraculous in the small details of the everyday. He began his photographic career as a student at The Art Institute of Atlanta in the early '80s. He is a member of the Professional Photographers of New Hampshire, the New England Photography Guild, and the New Hampshire Artist Association. When not shooting weddings, people, and landscapes, he can often be found surfing off the New Hampshire coast and wandering in the Whites and Greens. His sweetest joy is time with his children: 20-something Hillary, four-year-old Lucy and two-year-old Jack.