Can you draw letters that look like bones, pencils, or tools? What about broken, slimy, or fuzzy letters? Kids will love copying these wacky alphabets, and will be inspired to create their own fonts. The book includes examples of 17 different alphabets, followed by sections on cartoon words (such as drawing words in the shape of the things they describe), special effects (such as loops), and ideas for what to do with these newly learned skills. Use this resource to encourage students to be imaginative and to make lettering that can enhance school projects of all kinds.