HORN BOOK -- Creation woodcut, first used in the Coverdale Bible [Cologne and/or Marburg: Eucharius Cervicornus and Johannes Soter?, mounted on a wooden paddle x and glazed with horn, affixed with leather strips secured by 'rose-head' ir
"In all her short life the child had seldom seen, and certainly never held in her hands, anything so lovely as the exquisite little silver hornbook. For long moments she had been too dazed to realize that the tiny alphabet fastened to it was made up of the same a's and b's and ab's that she had overheard through the school doorway." --THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND, pg. 115 (from Colonial Sense: Antique Hornbook)
, Folger Shakespeare Library STC How English Modern kids learnt the alphabet. If you pay close attention, you'll get to see a different usage of the relative pronoun "which", in this case with "Heavenly Father" as its antecedent (!