1. Do a Googlesearch and add
"ABC book" or "alphabet book" or "list of"
or "dictionary of" to your search terms (with the quotes).
2. Go to amazon.com, do a
search for books on the topic of interest, look for those that have
the "Look Inside the Book" feature, and see if that
book has an index (near the end). Most non-fiction books have
an index. The index is always in alphabetical order.
Try the Google Book Search (http://books.google.com/)to search for the topic of interest, click on Index (on
the left) to view the index, then click on the < and >
arrows at the bottom of the page to move through the index.
Once you have found a specific name to go with a particular letter,
you can Google that specific name
to find information about it. (Don't forget to record the name of the
Web site where you got the information, so you can add it to your
To find pictures, you can use the Google
image search. Click "Images" just above the
search term field. Perform a search as usual. The search results
will be shown as thumbnails. Click on a thumbnail to view the Web
page containing that picture, then click "See full-size
image" at the very top of the page to see the image actual
size. To save it, right-click on the image and select "Save
Image As..." from the pop-up menu. Note, if you know you
want to use that particular picture for a given letter, you can name
it right on the spot, so you won't have to re-name it later - just
type that letter in the "File name:" box before
clicking Save. You can even save the picture directly in the
desired folder (i.e. the copy of the template folder) by clicking in
the "Save in:" menu at the top and select the
desired folder. That way you won't have to move the image files