The letter "O" has had it with always being in the middle! So she imagines moving, instead, to the head of the line. Enough with the alphabet—they'll call it the olphabet! While being first has its obvious perks, "O" begins to realize that much would also be lost, including friends. After going from "A" to "Z," "O" will find the right place to be. Jess Brallier's wordplay is likely to amuse readers 4 to 7, as will Nichola Cowdery's cartoons of these very active letters forming words.
Author: Jess M. Brallier. Nichola Cowdery, illus.